Follow Me

Close
The Grand Palais is hosting THE not-to-be-missed retrospective of Spring 2015: the Jean-Paul Gaultier exhibition. The French couturier, also known as “fashion’s terrible child”, began his career in 1970 as an assistant for Pierre Cardin, before moving on to Jacques Esterel and Jean Patou. First focused on prêt-à-porter, he founded his own Haute Couture house […]
Continue Reading
For its first exhibition, the new Parisian gallery French Arts Factory presents the work of three artists: the artistic weaver Mireille Guérin, the glass-blower Antoine Pierini and the plastic artist Mylène Mai, who created works combining various materials, resulting in an elegant and curious ballet. A free contemporary art exhibition to discover until May 2nd […]
Continue Reading
For the very first time in France, works from the Roberto Longhi Foundation will be exhibited at the musée Jacquemart-André. This exhibition, entitled “From Giotto to Caravaggio”, offers to discover the works of the great masters of 14th to 17th century Italian painting: Masolino, Ribera, Piero della Francesca - among others. These masterpieces were all rediscovered by the art […]
Continue Reading
With this exhibition entitled "L'Ecole de Lingnan, l'Eveil de la Chine moderne" (“The Lingnan School – Rise of Modern China”), the musée Cernuschi retraces the history of the last great school of traditional Chinese painting. Visitors will discover Chinese naturalistic paintings, as well as various scenes depicting the everyday life of the people. Founded at […]
Continue Reading
This exhibition at the Grand Palais, dedicated to the master of the Spanish golden age, Diego Velázquez (1599-1660), highlights the evolution of the artist’s work. We discover his various phases, from naturalism to Caravaggism as well as his historical paintings. The works showcased at the museum echo back to the canvasses of artists he has met on […]
Continue Reading
The Bibliothèque nationale François Mitterand is dedicating an exhibition to Francis I of France, the king who initiated the French artistic Renaissance. This retrospective, entitled "François 1er: Pouvoir et image" ("Francis I, Power and Image"), celebrates the 500th anniversary of his victory at the battle of Marignano (1515) and offers to discover the multiple facets […]
Continue Reading
At the occasion of the 2015 edition of La Fête du Graphisme (in French), the Paris graphic art festival, the Institut Suédois (Swedish Institute) is holding an exhibition entitled "Plus que de la Pub!" (“More than advertising”), which focuses on the power of advertising in Sweden, especially in terms of social progress. With sometimes quirky […]
Continue Reading