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After being interested in exceptional gardens, the gallery Jardins en Art is now passionate about botany. To this end, it presents the paintings of Corinne Kowalski and the plant sculptures of Anne-K Imbert. Their work deal with grasses and flowers of the fields for the first one, and with town and countryside wild plants, in […]
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The Grande Galerie de l’Evolution du Jardin des Plantes dedicates an exhibition to meteorites from 18th October, 2017.Where are they from? What do they teach us? All these questions are broached on-the-spot, through the retrospective “Météorites, entre ciel et terre” (“Meteorites, between earth and sky”). It proposes to passionate or simply curious people a travel […]
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Until 19th November, 2017, the musée Cernuschi presents the works of one of the most important Asian painters of the 20th century: Lee Ungno (1904-1989). His work is at the crossroads of Europe and Far East. The artist also initiated a contemporary Korean art. Indeed, in the 1950’s, Lee Ungno turned to modern and abstract […]
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The Paris Photo 21st edition takes place on the Grand Palais’ majestic setting, until 12th November, 2017. The first international photography fair welcomes 190 exhibitors and editors that come from 30 different countries, divided on 4 sectors. The Principal sector, as always located in the Grand Palais’ nave, is composed by 151 galleries and proposes […]
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The Grand Palais launches the exhibition “Hermès à tire-d’aile – Les mondes de Leïla Menchari" (“Hurriedly Hermès – Leïla Menrachi’s worlds”) from 8th November to 3rd December, 2017, not far from the Green Hotels Paris, the Eiffel Trocadéro and the Gavarni. This retrospective revives Leïla Menchari’s settings, who imagined, drawn, and realized the Hermès settings […]
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