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The Musée de l’Orangerie presents an unprecedented exhibition devoted to the legendary couple formed by Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) and Diego Rivera (1886-1957). This retrospective, organized in collaboration with the Museo Dolorès Olmedo de Mexico, shows the works of both artists, as well as their attachment for each other, in spite of their separation. Exhibition: “Frida […]
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The Musée des Arts décoratifs puts an emphasis on the art of misleading one’s senses through illusions, imitations, pastiches, and of course trompe-l’oeil. These techniques, which emerged with frescos and ancient mosaics, mostly use perspective and chiaroscuro. You will discover these optical illusions in tableware, fashion, toys, advertising, wallpaper and furniture. Astounding. Exhibition: “Trompe-l’oeil, imitations, pastiches […]
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The Musée Dapper, specialized in African art, holds a new exhibition focusing on initiation rites in the Congo Basin region. Various items (masks, ornaments, costumes) all made out of recycled materials will be exhibited starting on October 9th, as symbols of transition to adulthood. These ceremonial instruments punctuate the whole life of an individual. A […]
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The Palais de Tokyo is presenting an exhibition on the famous shoemaker Roger Vivier. Internationally renowned for his work-of-art shoes, he began his career during the 1930s. This new retrospective displays 140 pairs of shoes, some of which are made even more sublime thanks to Maison Lesage embroideries. Roger Vivier saw the shoe as a […]
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In its new exhibition, the Cinémathèque française (French film library) presents the work of skilful artist Jean Cocteau. A Jack of all trades, he managed to bring his poetic universe into cinema, whether as a director, actor or scriptwriter. Visitors will discover shooting photographs and costumes, like the dress designed by Marc Escoffier for the […]
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After four years of public works, the Palais Galliera, which houses the Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris (City of Paris’ Fashion Museum), is finally reopening. The first inaugural exhibition is devoted to Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa. Haute couture lovers will discover 70 garments by the fashion designer, in a setting […]
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Rodin Museum presents 45 Auguste Rodin sculptures inspired by Ancient models such as "Venus de Milo" or the "Diadumenos". We discover there how Roman, Greek and Etruscan  ancients has guided the work of the artist. "Rodin, the Light of the Ancient", exhibition, from November 19th 2013 to February 16th 2014. Opened every day except Monday, […]
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This year, the White Night Festival (La Nuit Blanche) will be based around Seine Docks and Canal Saint-Martin, Marais, République and Belleville-Ménilmontant neighborhoods. The opportunity to discover contemporary, bright and musical installations in exceptional places opened to the public for this occasion only. This 2013 edition is directed this year by two women, Paris Mint […]
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