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The new exhibition of the Musée Dapper is announced as flamboyant! From March 24th to June 14th 2017, the museum exhibits a collection of works called “Les Mutants” (“The Mutants”), by the Senegalese artist Soly Cissé. These unique works of art express the artist’s questions about the world, the injustices and inconsistencies that we live […]
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The Théâtre National de Chaillot will present “Auguri” starting tomorrow, the latest creation of Olivier Dubois, director of the CCN Ballet du Nord, and thus until March 24th 2017. A race against time During the whole time of the representation, shapes are soaring, crossing each other, running to something that seems to be much farer […]
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The Palais de Tokyo presents, until May 8th 2017, the group show “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace”. With a title based on a poem by the American writer Richard Brautigan, entitled “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace”, this retrospective is conceived according to a pathway which covers different “affective zones”. Through […]
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For the first time in 36 years, Parisians and tourists have the opportunity to discover a monographic exhibition dedicated to Camille Pissarro. Organised at the Marmottan Monet museum from February 23rd to July 2nd 2017, the retrospective presents the first of all impressionists through around 75 paints of the artist. The event traces the life […]
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For his first personal exhibition in an art centre, Dorian Gaudin chose the Palais de Tokyo. This French-American artist was born in France, in 1986, but now lives and works in New York. His works of art mainly concern the equipment, and more specifically the engine universe, that he combines with organic elements. Thus, it […]
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After presenting "Le Dernier Testament" by Mélanie Laurent, the Théâtre National de Chaillot invites you this time to discover the Ensemble contemporain “Flexible Silence”, a creation by the Japanese choreographer Saburo Teshigawara. When he mixes music of two well-known contemporary composers, Tory Takemitsu and Olivier Messiaen, the artist opens the door to a reflection on […]
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