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For the first time in France you can discover a devotion to Rubinstein. A founder of a cosmetics empire but a firm believer that...

A new landmark exhibition at the Petit Palais honors the life and work of the famed Irish writer Oscar Wilde. Featuring over 200 exhibits,...

The Grand Palais presents an immersive exhibition honoring the work of Belgium cartoonist Hergé, the creator of Tintin. Throughout the ten room display - you...
Nicole Kidman To die for

This is the first exhibition in France devoted to this paradoxical contemporary American filmmaker, photographer, and visual artist...
Hotel Biron - Rodin Museum @Sylvia Davis

The eagerly awaited reopening of the Hôtel Biron after renovation allows for the renewed enjoyment of nearly 300 works from Rodin’s collection...
Taxi Driver de Martin Scorsese 1976 © Columbia Pictures

The exhibition pays a tribute to Scorsese's body of work as a whole, and his impact on American film in general. The retrospective draws on Scorsese's own private collection in New York, as well as those of Robert de Niro and Paul Schrader.

The exhibition showcases the most important works in the world brought together for the first time. These pieces of outstanding form and beauty are representative of the great cultures of Africa...
L'interieur de la Nuit George Shiras

American photographer George Shiras gave up his successful law career in 1880 to spend the rest of his lifetime behind the camera, and became an activist for the conservation of the animal world...

Under the Spanish empire of Charles I, with its great thirst for gold and conquests, continues the exploration of the Pacific Ocean and the South American coast, At the same time on the Amerindian coast, Atahualpa comes to power of the greatest Inca empire ever know, coinciding with the arrival of Pizarro and his conquistadores...

his Italian sculptor elaborated a language close to the “Liberty” style. Its expression blended antiquity and the neo-gothic. Considered as an eccentric by his contemporaries,...

The exhibition eschews the notion of African art as a purely artisanal activity, allowing visitors to familiarise themselves with the geographical and cultural context...

Part of the Italian season in tandem with the Musée de l'Orangerie, the exhibition ‘Dolce Vita? Italian Decorative Art 1900–1940, from the Liberty to...