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The Musée du Quai Branly presents the significant exhibition, The Color Line. An insightful exploration of 150 years of segregation and discrimination throughout American history...
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn dit Rembrandt Portrait du docteur Arnold Tholinx - 1656 Huile sur toile, 76 x 63 cm © Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André – Institut de France:Culturespaces-Musée Jacquemart-André

The exhibition retraces the main moments of the career of this major master. Presenting around 40 paintings, divided into three 'chapters' the exhibit looks...

Apollinaire: The Vision of a Poet at the Musée de l’Orangerie and Cabaret Picasso at the Théâtre Poche-Montparnasse celebrated the infamous bande à Picasso...

No one is certain who invented the caricature. Some art historians think it might have been Leonardo da Vinci, whose studies of grotesque heads...

We Love Green Festival returns to the center of Paris for its fifth edition with a unique offering of fantastic music, inspiring talks, art workshops and...

Formerly a village that became part of Paris in 1860, Belleville is a lively, creative district which lies at the crossroads of the 10th,...

Since 2007, internationally renowned contemporary artists have been filling the Nave of the Grand Palais with masterful works designed for the occasion. After Anselm...

The Rodin museum presents Between Sculpture and Photography, which aims to expand on the 2014 Mapplethorpe Rodin exhibition, delving further into the fruitful relationship between...

The Musée du Luxembourg presents the masterpieces of the museums of Budapest. The Budapest Museum of fine art, which is currently undergoing renovation joins the Hungarian...
Bolchoi 2001 ©All rights reserved Pierre Frey.jpg

This exhibition features the finest creations produced by Maison Pierre Frey since 1935.
Lucien Clergue, jeune gitan portant la statue de Sainte Sara, les Saintes Maries de la mer 1959 © Atelier Lucien Clergue

Realising before others the dominant position that photography was about to take, Lucien Clergue was one of the first European photographers to believe that he could make a living from selling his prints. Having the endorsement of Pablo Picasso didn't hurt.
Papua New Guinea Musée Quai Branly poster detail

The exhibit presents a collection of 230 sculptures linked to the Sepik Valley, a large swampland in the north of Papua New Guinea, and gradually unveils a major figure common to all cultures of the 'lower' and 'middle' Sepik: the founding ancestor...