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Play by  Alexander Ekman Duration : 2h05 Dates : September 28th to November 6th 2021 Metro : M9 (20 min) Bicycle : 19 min Play, first ballet of the swedish choreographer Alexander Ekman, created for the Opera’s ballet dancers, was represented at the Palais Garnier in December 2017. The choreographer invites the performers to a huge playground where emotions and […]
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Alongside its exhibitions Yves Klein, Infinity Blue and Monet, Renoir, Chagall ... Voyages en Méditerranée, l'Atelier des Lumières exceptionally opens its doors in the evening to present The Last Sentinels, Jimmy Nelson's first immersive creation. Located in a former 19th century foundry, l'Atelier des Lumières offers grandiose immersive exhibitions via its 3,300 m2 of projection […]
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This summer 2020, flowers will blossom in the sky of Bercy Village. Les Naturistes landscaper Audray Roy-Camille proposes an exclusive and poetic installation: 2,600 flowers hanging in the air, like garlands. To see and take picture of from July 11 to October 11, 2020. The ancient wharfs of Bercy Village are some of the most insta-worthy places in […]
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Calling all history lovers! The Musée de l’Armée devotes an exhibition to photojournalist Philippe de Poulpiquet called Invalides: Mémoires de Guerres, running from September 19, 2020 to February 28, 2021. The exhibition is closed until further notice. Calling all fans of beautiful photographs! The Musée de l'Armée offers you to discover an exhibition about works by photojournalist Philippe de Poulpiquet called Invalides […]
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Harper’s Bazaar is coming to Paris Musée des Arts Décoratifs for a great retrospective. In the museum’s fashion and fabric collections freshly renovated, items and photographs tell about 150 years of fashion, the fashion exhibition to enjoy! This fashion exhibition is already one of the most expected events of Paris Fashion Week 2020 running from February 24 to March […]
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