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.
More than 20 years after his last monographic show, the Centre Pompidou devotes a vast exhibition to Francis Bacon, with paintings from 1971 to 1992, exploring the influence of literature on his work. Image © Francis Bacon, Centre Pompidou
This exhibition is a fantastic chance to rediscover the great classics of British art from a key period in the history of painting in England (namely the 1760s to around 1820), which are all too rarely exhibited in France.
Discover one of the most precious (and little-known) private collections of Renaissance art in the world, the Alana Collection, with more than 75 pieces by Italian masters from Fra Angelico to Tintoretto. Image credit: Musée Jacquemart-André
Explore Toulouse-Lautrec's desire to represent time and ‘freeze the moment’. This outstanding exhibition is produced in collaboration with the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Orangerie, with the exceptional support of the City of Albi and the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec.
Head to La Conciergerie, where she spent her final days, to discover how the queen’ image has become ingrained in our culture. ‘Marie Antoinette: Metamorphoses of an Image’ sheds new light on her portrayal over the centuries.
In the first major exhibition dedicated to El Greco, the Grand Palais charts the Venetian artist's pioneering career at the crossroads between tradition and modernity.
Of course, the Louvre is going all out with an immense gathering of the works and ideas of the great Renaissance genius - Leonardo da Vinci. Beware: in anticipation of unprecedented demand, admission is by reservation only, with a specific time slot. Image © Musée du Louvre, dist. RMN - Grand Palais - Angèle Dequier