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Featuring over 350 photographs and documents by some 120 photographers, the "Corps à corps" exhibition offers an unprecedented look at photographic representations of the human race in the 20th and 21st centuries. It brings together two photographic collections: the public collection of the Musée National d'Art Moderne and the private collection of collector Marin Karmitz.
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AURA INVALIDES A plunge into history, architecture and technology conceived by the Moment Factory studio. AURA INVALIDES, a monumental work of art combining video mapping and music, invites you to discover the richness of Paris's architecture and heritage. A grandiose show worthy of its setting!
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From December 9, 2023, to April 21, 2024, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents Breath of an Architect, an exhibition especially created for the institution by architect Bijoy Jain, founder of Studio Mumbai in India. Bijoy Jain's work reflects a deep concern for the relationship between man and nature, in which time and gesture are essential factors. […]
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A 10-minute walk from the hotel, at the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, the "Shamanic Visions" exhibition offers an immersive and fascinating experience into the world of shamanic art and visions induced by ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic plant from Amazonia. A unique exhibition offering visitors the chance to explore the depths of Amerindian culture […]
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Gustave Eiffel's Paris (1832-1923) This installation within the permanent collections puts the Iron Lady and the Statue of Liberty in dialogue and unveils the different facets of Eiffel the entrepreneur, engineer, and scientist. The presentation of various prints, photographs, digital tools, objects, and models explores Eiffel's Parisian life, his workshops, his collaborators, his masterpieces, and […]
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Directed and staged by Stéphane Braunschweig Creation at the Odéon The tragedy written by a young 28-year old poet is famous for the string of impossible, unrequited, frustrated loves in which the characters are caught. But isn’t this engulfing dead end, asks Stéphane Braunschweig, linked to who they are: survivors, be they winners or losers, already […]
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