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The Musée des arts décoratifs  is dedicating an exhibition to female and male undergarments  from 14th century  to nowadays. It also puts in the spotlight stylistic devices fashioning the silhouette, according to the successive trends. Discover mechanisms that allowed women to get narrow waistlines, plunging necklines or extremely enhanced buttocks. Exhibition “The silhouette mechanical an […]
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The Musée de la vie romantique is dedicating an exhibition to creative action, by presenting sketches and others preparatory drawings of painters such as Eugène Delacroix or Ary Scheffer. The opportunity to discover the evolution but also the questions of those artists during creative process. Most of artworks exhibited are from the first half of 19th […]
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If you love Hungarian art, book your October month to discover the Musée d’Orsay exhibition dedicated to modern Hungarian painting. Rich of a hundred paintings,  this retrospective puts in the spotlight the relationship which may have existed between music and arts of the beginning of the 20th century in Hungary. The opportunity to rediscover Hungarian […]
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Until next October 6th, the City of Fashion and Design is hosting photography exhibition “Parisian in summer”. The thread of this event is about the city’s face at this time, what is it?  Photographs taken between 1880 and 1960 by Roger-Viollet agency gives to the capital a face worthy of a seaside resort, where locals meet vacationers […]
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The city of Johannesburg in South Africa is put in the spotlight in this Maison Rouge exhibition. Forty artists are presented there, valuing work of the most famous such as Kendell Geers, Jane Alexandre or William Kentridge as well as still unknown names such as Zanele Muholi, Mikhael Subotsky, Kudzanai Chiurai or even Mary Sibande. […]
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