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It’s within the Jeu de Paume that a retrospective recounting thirty years of Lorna Simpson’s work is held for the first time in Europe. This New York based photographer for who text and images are inseparable, has dedicated her artwork to the representation of black body and also the assertion of African-American identity in Art […]
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Breton artist Mathurin Méheut is put in the spotlight for this Musée national de la Marine exhibition. Official painter of the navy, Mathurin Méheut has also worked as a sculptor, drawer, engraver, illustrator or even designer. This exhibition gives you the opportunity to discover his art. “Mathurin Méheut“ exhibition, from February 27th to September 1st […]
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The marine world is threatened. The Aquarium de Paris is raising the alarm bell and shows once again its commitment to the environment with the “J’aime ma mer” exhibition. An exhibition dedicated to all ages Suitable for all ages, this retrospective suggests many activities for children. 4 under-exhibitions are held for every age bracket. Scavenger […]
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This Festival originally based in Toulouse settles in Paris for the third year in a row. In association with the Quai Branly Museum, Les Siestes Electroniques enable people to have a lounge in the sun while being send into raptures by tones from all over the world. Here you don’t just listen to music; you […]
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Symbol of the splendor of the French monarchy, the Palace of Versailles is known worldwide. Pushing magnificence to its climax, the domain organizes like each summer a series of shows called Musical Fountains show and Musical Gardens. Despite the centuries going by, what was once the home of the Sun King never ceases to shine. […]
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