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After the exhibition dedicated to Cézanne, enjoy a creation which lasts about ten minutes, based on Vassily Kandinsky’s works (1866-1944). This immersive exhibition takes place in two stages, split in two by the the major emergence of the invention of abstraction. The first part shows the artist’s figurative beginnings, tinted by impressionism, oniric fauvism and […]
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The illuminated tarots of the XVth century are fascinating. Their high quality of execution, their rich colours, their stamped gold leaf  back-grounds are deemed works of art, playing cards as well as miniatures. These luxury items have been better preserved than ordinary printed tarot cards. Dominated by the cards painted by Bonifacio Bembo and his workshop […]
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The Château of Versailles, situated in the midst of a huge forest in Île-de-France, helped to develop a new connection to the animal world. To begin with , animals were just a subject of study or collection but at the king’s court they became a political attribute and a symbol of power; nevertheless, what sort […]
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Rap, dance, graffiti, DJ, beatmaking, beatbox, fashion… Hip-Hop 360 traces forty years of their history. The exhibition describes how a french hip-hop identity emerged, inspired by the american model, adapting music, techniques and narration to the french context. Hip-Hop 360 relates the creativity of this trend constantly attentive to new shapes of creation and distribution. […]
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The Arts Décoratifs Museum hosts the exhibition « Thierry Mugler, Couturissime » which has been designed, produced and prepared for travelling by the Fine Arts Museum of Montréal. This large-scale exhibition traces the creator’s work, following his singular imagination which revolutioned fashion, haute couture and perfumes. This step to Paris is synonym of the return of this […]
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Ivo van Hove, the stage director, has chosen this energic version, almost furious, concentrated on the crisis that the arrival of Tartuffe provokes in this family, rich but also in ruin. It is focused on the passionate relation between Tartuffe and Orgon’s second young wife, on the conflict between father and son, as well as […]
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Paris Opera – The Marriage of Figaro Palais Garnier, Place de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris From January the 19th to February the 18th, 2022 By bicycle : 19mn Métro 9 : 20 mn The Marriage of Figaro figures amongst the most emblematic operas of the répertoire. This new stage direction by Netia Jones preserves the essence of Beaumarchais’ […]
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