Pierre Bonnard exhibition: « Painting Arcadia » at the Musée d’Orsay

  Post-impressionist artist, Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) marked by the maturity and the plurality of his art. Painting, drawing, sculpture, photography… he excelled in all fields, and managed to impose his aesthetics, mainly decorative, by reproducing his immediate environment with ...

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The Louis Vuitton Foundation, lung of contemporary art

In the heart of zoological gardens and the famous Bois de Boulogne, is an original design to not miss who is hiding others. The glass building attracts attention and captivates with its greatness. Frank Gehry offers an innovative ...

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The LUMIERE exhibition: Christian Lacroix is given carte blanche at the Cognacq-Jay Museum

In the exceptional setting of the hotel Donon, a XVIe century structure renovated in 1990, in the Marais district, the Cognacq-Jay Museum has decided to call on the creative Christian Lacroix’s services, for the renewal of its ...

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Agricultural Show – 2015 Edition

            For half a century, the International Exhibition of Agriculture annually brings together all stakeholders in the agricultural world. It is the reference in its sector, not only in France but also abroad. Farmers, producers, regions, organizations and professional ...

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Sade exhibition : « Attacking the Sun » in the Musee d’Orsay

  Alphonse Donatien de Sade (1740–1814) completely transformed the history of both literature and the arts, first as an underground writer, and later by becoming a veritable legend in his lifetime. The Divin Marquis's work is a radical questioning ...

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Saturday, October 4, 2014, Nuit Blanche (Nighter) is for everyone!

For the 13th consecutive year, fifty international artists are taking over the capital and its monuments, in an imagined by José Manuel Gonçalves, director of golf Centquatre since 2010!             Nuit Blanche 2014 is ...

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The Berges de Seine were redesigned to accommodate the new permanent activities !

Hosting international exhibitions during the second half of the nineteenth century, the Seine has inspired artists and Parisians of all time. Each period, the river has evolved along the arrangements and practices that mark the history and development ...

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Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, the sculptor who made the statues smile, is invited to Orsay for a retrospective.

The Orsay Museum is organizing, in partnership with the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts of Valenciennes, an exhibition of the work of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875). It is ...

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Paris celebrates Bastille day!

                      Fireworks, a military parade, firemen’s balls ... The French national Day is approaching, and to make the most of this exceptional day, the website Paris Info dedicates a page to know everything about it! A list of the ...

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Enjoy Summer in Paris !

Enjoy a two night stay at the Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain to discover Paris from the Seine! The price includes room, two tickets for the cruise on the Bateaux Mouches, our breakfast "buffet French" (cheese, pastries, homemade jams, ...

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