This area is a unique space for actively experimenting and exploring offers a series of fun and educational activities divided into five thematic areas. The three major themes focus on the development of the child and their physical, cognitive and spatial skills. Image credit: S.Sonnet-EPPDCSI
A deep-dive into the artists’ bid to represent ‘non-space where both Picasso and American sculptor Calder - two of the most influential figures of twentieth-century art - were mesmerized with ways to capture the void. IMAGE © www.museepicassoparis.fr
This monographic exhibition traces the artist’s career from his early works in the 1960s to his most recent creations, showing how his aesthetic has evolved over more than five decades.
Step inside the universe of Vincent Van Gogh in an immersive, sensory exhibit at L’Atelier des Lumières. Running until December 31, 2019, the show is wildly popular. We recommend booking tickets online in advance. For 35 minutes, walk through the beautiful paintings of Van Gogh, projected on the walls of this old iron foundry dating from the 19th century. Photo credit © Culturespaces / S. Lloyd, atelier-lumieres.com
For the first time in France you can discover a devotion to Rubinstein. A founder of a cosmetics empire but a firm believer that beauty should go hand in hand with female emancipation. Featuring 300 exhibits from her famous collection – garments, etchings, photgraphs etc. ‘The Adventure of Beauty’ charts the life of the “impératrice de la beauté”.
Calling all Egyptology fans. An exhibition devoted to Tutankhamun is heading to Paris. From March 23 to September 15, 2019, La Villette will showcase a major display of the Pharoah’s treasures in collaboration with the Grand Egyptian Museum.
The big new exhibition at the Museum in the Jardin des Plantes plunges us into the depths of the ocean. This territory, which covers 71% of the Earth's surface, nurtures extraordinary biodiversity… Over an immersive route, explore unusual environments and discover species with amazing characteristics.
This large-scale exhibition is both immersive and a cultural event, offering a sweeping panorama of the French capital during the Romantic era. Visitors will be taken on a journey from the fall of Napolean during 1815 - 1848.
The Centre Pompidou has invited painter Bernard Frize (born in 1954, France) to take over the Gallery 3 space for a major exhibition of his works - some sixty artworks. Visitors will be plunged into the wild and colourful world of Frize, his art will speak for itself in no set order or theme. Image credit: FT Issue 175, UK ediition
Even in Paris, there's the chance to indulge in sun, sand and relaxation, courtesy of Paris Plages. This annual event sees makeshift beaches pop up along the banks of the Seine and Bassin de la Villette until September,inviting city slickers to squeeze summer into their lunch hour. Beaches are generally open from 9:00 a.m. to midnight.
An unmissable exhibition where you will follow the footsteps of the 'original Impressionist' who was also a rule-breaker whom inspired the art movement. IMAGE © www.musee-orsay.fr
Did you miss the sold-out Gustav Klimt show at the Atelier des Lumières? Now’s your chance to check out this exceptional sound-and-light experience, an immersive journey into Klimt’s art. For a limited time, just 29 evenings in August and October, the show will return. Dates: August 1- 24, and October 25- November 2 (except Sundays). Reserve here: https://atelier-lumieres.tickeasy.com/fr-FR/accueil
Following 8 record-breaking years in London’s West End, having played in 11 countries around the world to over 7 million people, the acclaimed play WAR HORSE will be arriving in France at La Seine Musicale. Audiences take a journey from the fields of rural Devon to the trenches of First World War France. The box office will open on June 5.