Mad Minds

Victor Hugo’s Houses Paris / Guernesey

November 16th 2017 - March 18th 2018

Following the exhibition The Entrance of Mediums: Spiritualism and Art from Hugo to Breton, Mad Minds seeks to continue exploring these extensions of the artistic sphere with roots in the 19th century.

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Bourdelle and the gods

Bourdelle Museum

October 4th 2017 - February 4th 2018

This exhibition invites visitors to reinterpret Bourdelle’s sculpture and artistic production in the first few decades of the 20th century with respect to modern archaism, which revived ancient Greece, its artistic heritage, and its mythical figures.

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Mariano Fortuny

Palais Galliera, Museum of Fashion

October 4th 2017 - January 7th 2018

There is a museum in the heart of the Serenissima that bears Mariano Fortuny’s name. Though native to Spain, he spent most of his life in Venice, where he became famous for his pleats.

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Raised stones

Zadkine Museum

September 29th 2017 - February 11th 2018

Starting with the stone sculptures of Ossip Zadkine, the exhibition encourages visitors to contemplate this material long appreciated by artists.

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Anders Zorn

Petit Palais - City of Paris' Museum of Fine Arts

September 15th - december 17th 2017

After the Carl Larsson exhibition in 2014, the Petit Palais is devoting a major retrospective to the work of Anders Zorn (1860-1920), the other central figure of Swedish painting at the turn of the 19th-century. During his lifetime, Zorn achieved great renown as a portrait painter and etcher.

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The Art of pastel from Degas to Redon

Petit Palais - City of Paris' Museum of Fine Arts

September 15th 2017 - April 8th 2018

Out of its collection of more than 200 pastels, the Petit Palais is presenting a selection of close to 150 of them for the first time, offering an exhaustive overview of the main artistic currents of the second half of the 19th-century, from Impressionism to Symbolism.

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