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Aug 10, 2018 - Aug 11, 2019

The exhibition will take visitors on an insightful journey into the evolution and "use of nature's most remarkable biochemical weapon - venom". A substance that kills, immobilizes, causes pain and fear but that can also save lives ...

Science Village

Jan 1, 2019 - Jan 1, 2020

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

Inhabiting time: Lee Ufan

February 27 - September 30

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.

The Moon: from Real Travel to Imaginary Journeys

March 4 - July 22

Fifty years since man first set foot on the moon, the Grand Palais charts early scientific efforts to map the firmament. Magical!

Oriental Visions at Musée Marmottan Monet

March 7 - July 21

A not-to-miss exhibit devoted to the Orientalism art movement at this gem of a museum in the 16th arrondissement. Taking place from March 7 to July 21, 2019, “L’Orient des peintres, du rêve à la lumière” will highlight 50 masterpieces from leading public and private collections in Europe and the United States (the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée des Augustins in Toulouse, the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection in Madrid, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Sterling…

Van Gogh, Starry Night at L’Atelier des Lumières

March 13 - December 31

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

King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh at the Grande Halle de la Villette

March 23 - September 15

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.

Black Models: Géricault to Matisse

March 26 - July 21

Many artists have immortalised black people in their work, often going against the typical representations of their respective periods. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, the Musée d'Orsay's Black Models: From Géricault to Matisse explores the portrayal of black figures in visual arts, from the late 18th century to the modern day. This eye-opening exhibition examines artists' crucial role in the challenging perceptions - and pre-conceptions - of race and 'otherness' across the centuries.

Oceans at the Natural History Museum

Apr 3, 2019 - May 1, 2020

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.

Picasso and War Exhibit at the Musée de l’Armée Invalides

April 5 - July 28

The great artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) lived in a world marked by major conflicts. This intriguing exhibition looks at Picasso’s relationship with war; though he never served as a soldier, Picasso was influenced by the 20th century’s horrific conflicts. To quote the curators: “When France was liberated he was seen as a resistance artist and activist, and after the Second World War he became a figure whose political statements conferred on him a unique role in history as it unfolded…”.

Football in the Arab World: The Revolution of the Round Ball

April 10 - July 21

What is the place of football in Arab societies? What role do the Arab nations play in the world of football? Sure to delight lovers of the beautiful game, visitors will discover 11 epic stories of players and supporters.

Paris Plages

June 6 - September 1

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.

Abraham Exhibit at The American Cathedral in Paris

June 18 - July 28

Mark your calendars for a fascinating contemporary art exhibition. Works by three celebrated Middle Eastern contemporary artists – Shai Azoulay, Qais Al Sindy and Sinan Hussein focus on five specific themes from Abraham's life that can guide our world today. Opening hours are Sunday before and after morning worship services. Free admission - open to all!  

Tour de France

July 6 - July 28

Ready for another glute-busting doozy (for the peloton, that is)? After setting off from Brussels, the hardy lot will pop back over to France and tackle seven mountain stages across 3,460km to the finish line.

Les Soirées Klimt at the Atelier des Lumières

August 1 - November 2

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

War Horse: A Critically Acclaimed Play

November 29 - December 29

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. 

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