You’ve seen Hubert Robert’s paintings already, perhaps even without knowing it – scenes of ruins, the main gallery of the Louvre, countryside scenes, epic scale…
This retrospective of his work is the first to be held in 80 years and shows the man as a philosopher, lover of architecture and fan of nature.
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The Dalí retrospective at the Pompidou Centre is open non-stop 24 hours a day until midnight 25th March!
Only a few hours left to see the massive retrospective of the surrealist’s work at the Pompidou Centre. The previous one was thirty years ago, so don’t miss it!
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The first French exhibition to showcase the talents of one the 20th century’s most famous female painters…
A rare example of American art being shown at the Louvre, thanks to an ongoing collaboration with the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and the Terra Foundation for American Art, whose aim is to increase people’s knowledge of American art abroad.
David Hockney Drawing in a Printing Machine at the Galerie Lelong from 17th January – 2nd March 2013
The star of London’s swing sixties art scene continues his digital work, with these limited edition prints…
Chagall Between War and Peace,
an exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg
from 21st February – 21st July 2013
Moïshe Zakharovitch Chagalov (Marc Chagall) died as recently as 1985, aged 97, meaning that he experienced first hand a number of profound changes in Europe.
His experience of both war and peace, happiness and despair, being with someone and living lonely marked his work, as you’ll be able to discover in this important new exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg…
We initially though this was an exhibition showing how the sky has been represented in various paintings. How silly we are!
In fact, it’s a retrospective of the paintings to be found in Parisian churches in the 17th century, with around 120 paintings, drawings and engravings brought together for the first time at the musée Carnavalet.
Exhibition Impressionism, fashion and modernity at the Musée d’Orsay from 25th September 2012 – 20th January 2013
Organised by the musée d’Orsay in collaboration with the Paris fashion museum Musée Galliera (currently shut for renovation by not dormant by any means, and planning to reopen towards the end of 2013), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York of New York and The Art Institute of Chicago, the exhibition shows how the impressionists weren’t limited to scenes of nature, with sixty or so masterpieces by Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas and Caillebotte, some of which haven’t been seen in Paris for several decades…
The Modern Art Club – avant-garde collectors in Le Havre, an exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg from 19th September 2012 – 6th January 2013
Did you know that cotton could serve the arts? Thanks to the profits of cotton trading in Le Havre, the town became one of the most important centres for Fauvism, as well as other styles of burgeoning art.
This exhibition shows how a group of collectors helped Matisse, Monet, Renoir, Braque, Dufy and many more to flourish…