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
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
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.
A unique exhibition is being staged at the Centre Pompidou which ties uniting prehistory with modern and contemporary art. The collection looks at how, in the great period of crisis called ‘modernity’, first artists and then society as a whole, felt drawn to their origins, creating a fantasy vision of prehistory.
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.
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
The first ever exhibition in France dedicated to the life of the Buddha and the spread of Buddhism in Asia shines the spotlight on the rich iconography and stylistic traditions applied to representations of the religious leader.
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
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.
The Musée d’Orsay looks at how, through Degas’s entire career, the opera was a recurring theme in his work – not just the dancers, singers and musicians, but also the stage, boxes, foyers and studios. Image © Musée d’Orsay
The fine jewelry brand called El Gindi will open a showroom in Paris during Fashion Week (September 25th to 29th). Current collections from El Gindi will be on display, and the brand will also launch El Gindi Vintage, a new genre of fine vintage jewelry, for a more luxurious yet conscious lifestyle. You may walk out with a glitzy bracelet, a ring, and/or dazzling earrings! The location will be 13 rue d'Ormesson, 75004 Paris-- a small boutique in Le Marais. The link to…
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