Splendours of the Oases of Uzbekistan
This exhibition gives us the opportunity to dream about a crossroads of civilizations, in the heart of Central Asia, in Uzbekistan, where the names of Samarkand and Bukhara resonate. But many other commercial oases in this country have revealed works that are now classified as World Heritage sites.
Exhibition on Antoni GAUDI
Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) is an architect and creator of genius, who left his mark on Spain at the turn of the 20th century. For the first time in fifty years in France, and at the Musée d’Orsay, a large-scale exhibition is dedicated to this master of Art Nouveau. In an immersive museography, it will show the spectacular creations of this singular artist, notably presenting sets of furniture never exhibited in France. Through the few surviving drawings by the artist, models and numerous works of furniture, the exhibition will reconstruct what characterizes Gaudi. The exhibition will also endeavor to show the creative process of the architect in the midst of an exceptional local artistic profusion linked to “Modernism” or the Art Nouveau movement in Spain, supported by distinguished sponsors, anxious to distinguish the Catalonia, identity land of Mediterranean nature. Date: until July 17, 2022. Orsay Museum 1 rue de la Legion d’Honneur 75007 Paris Price: 12€ Bus 73, Musée d’Orsay station RER C station Musée d’Orsay Line 12 Solferino station
EXHIBITION ON CHARLES RAY
A major figure in the art of our time, the American sculptor Charles Ray (born in 1953), is making cultural headlines: in dialogue with the artist, the Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection is devoting a major exhibition to him.
The works of Charles Ray are part of a deep knowledge of the history of classical art and Antiquity.
THE CHAMPOLLION ADVENTURE, IN THE SECRET OF HIEROGLYPHICS
On the occasion of the bicentenary of the decipherment of hieroglyphs, the François Mitterrand Library offers you an exhibition which focuses on the figure and discoveries of Jean François Champollion (1790-1832), father of Egyptology.
MACHU PICCHU AND THE TREASURES OF PERU
For the first time, the City of Architecture and Heritage is exhibiting 190 original pieces, on loan from one of the largest museums in Peru.
You will be able to discover frontal headdresses, funerary masks, imperial outfits, silver crowns and one of the most impressive collections of gold ever exhibited.
GALLEN-KALLELA : MYTHS AND NATURE
From March 11, 2022 until July 25, 2022, the Jacquemart-André museum is honoring the works of the Finnish painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865-1931). Nearly seventy works will be presented there. From private and public collections, including exceptional loans from the Gallen-Kallela Museum in Espoo, Finland.
Fashion Week Paris – September 2021
Paris Fashion Week is traditionally the last to be presented during Fashion Month, which sees a succession of parades in New York, London and Milan. This fall, the Spring-Summer 2022 ready-to-wear collections will be presented from Monday September 27 to Tuesday October 05, 2021. In all, 92 shows and presentations will punctuate Paris Fashion Week. Some are eagerly awaited, such as the first fashion show of young designer Charles de Vilmorin for Rochas, the presentation of Thebe Magugu, the talented winner of the LVMH prize in 2020, or the return of Raf Simons to the calendar of the week of Parisian fashion. During the various parades, legendary houses will follow one another such as Balenciaga, Balmain, Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton … As well as designers of the moment: Jacquemus, Marine Serre. However, some houses have decided to present their collections outside of calendars such as Saint Laurent, due to the events of recent months.
La Casa De Papel – “The Experience”
La Monnaie de Paris is riding on the success of the “La Casa de Papel” series, so that visitors can rob the famous Paris Mint museum, thanks to its new immersive experience.
The masked gang is preparing to attack their new target, but they need you.
Christian Louboutin : l’exhibition[niste]
Conceived as an invitation to dive into the teeming universe of Christian Louboutin, the exhibition explores all the facets of an inspiration with multiple references, in a place that is dear to the creator and which saw the birth of his vocation.
The Moulin Rouge Cabaret is 130 years old.
The Moulin Rouge blows this year its 130 candles.
This famous cabaret opened its doors on October 06, 1889, under the direction of Mr Oller and Mr Zidler, who launched a bold bet, to make the Moulin Rouge “the Palace of the Dance and the Woman”.
Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe 2019 – Longchamp Racecourse
The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is an equestrian grass race, considered as one of the most prestigious in the world and bringing together the best thoroughbreds horses on the planet of galloping, associated with the best international jockeys.
This race takes place every first weekend of October on the Hippodrome de Longchamp.
Ground Control Opening on the Champs Elysées
Ground control invests a famous place of the Champs Elysees, “La Galerie 26”. This ephemeral space defines itself as a lively place multidisciplinary, independent, a space of artistic creation and cultural diffusion, a place of experimentation and discovery around the city life and the “living together”.
The Armistice Centenary
The 11th of November 2018, World War 1 ended with the Armistice signature, following four years of violent fights.
One hundred years later, WWI French Soldiers, also called “Les Poilus” are not here anymore to testify. In order to commemorate this historical date, the city of Paris organizes events from the 6th of October until the 30th of November 2018.
The Musée de l’Homme welcome you until September 7th of 2019 to make you discover Neanderthal men. The public is invited to discover their behaviors and habits through objects and fossils obtained from the Museum collections or landed by famous french and europeans institutions. A large majority of them are rarely exposed or even never presented in France.
Impressionists in London
At the end of the XIXth century, the Franco-Prussian War, the fall of the second French Empire and Paris Commune encouraged a large diversity of artists to run away and to live in United Kingdom. The exilic life in the Victorian Era of artists such as Carpeaux, Tissot, Daubigny Legros, Dalou Pissarro, Monet or Sisley is well represented in this exposition co-organized with the Tate Britain Museum.
Champs Elysees for Pedestrians
Each month, Paris’ city council closes the access to Champs Elysee for one day for motorized vehicles and totally dedicates the avenue to pedestrians.
This Sunday August 5th, discover the world’s most famous avenue under in a new light and enjoy shopping and sunny promenades in Paris.
Au diapason du monde
The exhibition “Au diapason du monde” brings together 200 work of art and 25 contemporary artists under the theme of “the man’s place in the universe”.
This exhibition questions the relationship between humans and their environment, highlighting the interconnections between humans, animals, plants and minerals.
Exhibition Artists and Robots
This exhibition brings together thirty art pieces under the theme, “Could a robot replace a painter or a sculptor? To what extent can we talk about artificial creativity? ”
Here, artists want to transport the public into an artistic, virtual world where man and machine are linked.
Military Parade and Fireworks of 14 July 2017!
The 14th of July, 1789, was marked by the capture of the Bastille. This day has since become the National Day. For the occasion, a Military Parade ground and air takes place every year from 9:30 am on the Avenue des Champs Elysees where parade all the armies.
Vermeer and the masters of genre painting at the Louvre Museum
Until May 22nd , the Musée du Louvre presents an exhibition devoted to the leader of this art, Johannes Vermeer, and highlights his greatest masterpieces and many canvases by his contemporaries in order to make Account of this artistic emulation which has enabled him to achieve excellence.
Johannes Vermeer and his Dutch contemporaries Gérard Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Jan Steen, Pieter de Hooch and Frans van Mieris loved to represent the refined scenes of everyday life. Through their interaction but also a form of competition that they maintained among themselves, these artists have sublimated a typical pictorial typology of the 17th century.
THE POMPIDOU CENTER CELEBRATES ITS 40 YEARS!
For his birthday, the Georges-Pompidou Center invites you free of charge and without reservation, all the public from 7 to 77 years to dive in a large bath of Contemporary Art. Saturday 04 February until late in the evening, and Sunday 05 February all day, Enjoy many animations specially imagined for the occasion. For those who like to dance, a Grand Monochrome Ball, from 8 pm to 2 am Saturday evening. Dress code: the same color (of your choice) from head to toe! We look forward to welcoming you at the Hotel Victor Hugo Paris Kléber this weekend to take advantage of the opportunity to discover freely and otherwise the masterpieces of the Pompidou Center. Centre Georges Pompidou – Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris. Metro Line 1 Station Hôtel de Ville.
Exhibition Bernard Buffet at the Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris presents until February 26th 2017 a retrospective of the work of Bernard Buffet (1928-1999), considered one of the most famous French painters of the 20th century, but also one of the most discussed.
Through a selection of a hundred paintings, the exhibition proposes a thorough re-reading of his entire work from the mid-1940s to 1999, the year of his suicide.
The Largest Skating of the World in the Grand Palais of Paris
Every day, from 14 December 2016 to 2 January 2017, the Grand Palais will house the largest ephemeral skating rink ever created in France to skate in a magical place.
La Verrière du Grand Palais will offer you an unforgettable experience
Jade, from emperors to Art déco
From the emperors of China – great intercessors between Heaven and 4 Earth -, who considered it a natural jewel, up to Cartier and the leading London and New York jewellers who sublimated it in the 20th century in the Art Déco creations inspired by the Chinese taste, jade remains this eternal and mythical stone, an object of fascination and absolute power for the sovereign.
Exhibition Rembrandt in confidence
As the uncontested master of Dutch art in the seventeenth century, Rembrandt was one of the greatest artists of his era. Possessing remarkable creative power, Rembrandt’s works explore the destiny of mankind as a whole, while focusing on representations of his inner circle. The artist represented his family and close friends—such as his wife Saskia, his last mistress Hendrickje Stoffels, and his son Titus—in numerous studies he executed throughout his life, along with works in which he was the subject; he perfected the art of the self-portrait.
Hergé Exhibition Septembre 2016
There is no longer any need to present the career of Georges Remi, known as Hergé, Belgian cartoonist best known for The Adventures of Tintin. Often referred to as “the father of the European comic strip”, he was one of the first French-speaking authors to use American-style comic strip with speech bubbles. The exhibition looks back on his creative approach, fed by the cinema, painting, photography and adventure novels and his passion for drawing. It shows how the universally recognised drawings of Hergé fit in with both his era and the history of art.
28 September 2016 to 15 February 2017
The Nuit Blanche Festival 2016
The Nuit Blanche festival, held every year from 7pm-7am on the first Saturday in October (October 1 2016), the city blossoms into a fantastic harvest of art, music and theatrical events. It’s an unmissable time to visit, or for resident expats to shake off their post-summer sloth and get out and enjoy the city like true Parisians.
Open Air Opera
Every summer, Opéra en plein air, or Open Air Opera, offers everyone the chance to relax and enjoy live opera outdoors. A well-known director puts on a great opera from the classical repertoire. This is then performed in open air settings, at prestigious sites such as the Hôtel National des Invalides in the centre of Paris.
The Quai Branly celebrates 10 years and pays tribute to his founder!
The foundation pays tribute to his old President of the republic which is named is Jacques Chirac.
Founded 10 years ago, the museum highlights the non-Western arts and shows the willingness of the former statesman to fight for the diversity of cultures.