Exhibitions

Clothes in the colours of Spain

Victor Hugo’s Houses Paris / Guernesey

JUNE 21th - SEPTEMBER 24th 2017

The home of the most hispanophile French writer Victor Hugo, will display an exceptional set of traditional Spanish costumes from the Museo del Traje de Madrid.

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DERAIN, BALTHUS, GIACOMETTI

City of Paris' Museum of Modern Art

From June 2nd to October 29th 2017

The Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris presents an original exhibition exploring the relationship between three major 20th century artists: Derain, Balthus, and Giacometti.

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Medusa

City of Paris' Museum of Modern Art

From May 19th to November 05th 2017

The MEDUSA exhibition takes a modern look at objects that are a cross between adornment and sculpture and which fascinate artists as much as the public.

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DALIDA

Palais Galliera, Museum of Fashion

From April 27th to August 13th 2017

For the 30th anniversary of the singer Dalida’s passing, The Palais Galliera opens the doors of her incredible wardrobe.

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PIERRE-JOSEPH REDOUTÉ

Museum of Romantics

APRIL 25th - OCTOBER 29th 2017

Nicknamed the “Raphael of Flowers”, Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840) was so successful that his works were imitated around the world, and his flower images have blossomed in books, works of art, on wallpaper, fashion accessories, etc.

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From Watteau to David

Petit Palais - City of Paris' Museum of Fine Arts

From March 21st to July 09th 2017

The Petit Palais presents a compendium of more than 200 18th century French paintings, sculptures, and particularly drawings owned by major American collector Jeffrey Horvitz.

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Baroque during the enlightenment

Petit Palais - City of Paris' Museum of Fine Arts

MARCH 21th - JULY 16th 2017

French painting from the 18th-century tends to evoke the refinement of fête galante and portraiture rather than the rhetoric of great religious paintings.

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Balenciaga : Black Work

Bourdelle Museum

From March 8th to July 16th 2017

In honour of Cristóbal Balenciaga (1895-1972), “the designer’s designer”, Palais Galliera presents Black Work, evoking the dark tones used by this fashion alchemist.

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