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Through the exhibition “Le cheval: Art et pouvoir” (“The horse: Art and power”), the bibliothèques de Versailles illustrate the special relation which has always existed between horses and Versailles. To this day, the royal city of Yvelines is still very passionate about the animal. In addition to owning an Academy of equestrian arts (Académie des […]
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In addition to the exhibition dedicated to Georges-Henri Pingusson (1894-1978) held until July 2nd, the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine is focusing on another subject: May 68. With this retrospective “Mai 68, l’architecture aussi !” (“May 68, architecture too!”), held until September 17th, 2018, the museum puts the spotlight on a certain aspect of this […]
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From the 23rd to the 25th of May 2018, the théâtre national de Chaillot is hosting “Solo 70”, the new show which celebrates the 70th birthday of the Canadian choreographer Paul-André Fortier (1948-). Author of about fifty plays, Paul-André Fortier started his career as a dancer with the Groupe Nouvelle Aire in the 1970s. Meanwhile, […]
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Until May 13th, the Palais de Tokyo is paying tribute to the French newspaper cartoonist Georges Wolinski, murdered during the Charlie Hebdo attack on January 7th, 2015. 60 original drawings and research plates are displayed as part of the “Discord” cycle, designed by the museum. Visitors can discover the artist’s favourite themes, such as love, […]
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