Margiela, les années Hermès
When the executives at the French luxury fashion label, Hermes, picked Belgian designer Martin Margiela for the position of creative director in 1997, the decision sent ripples across the fashion world. Margiela's designs with his own Maison Martin Margiel
Art Paris Art Fair 2018
From 5 to 8 April 2018, the Grand Palais des Champs Elysees Paris invites you to discover a broad selection of modern and contemporary artworks from throughout the world. For four consecutive days, Art Paris Art Fair 2018 will be housing 142 galleries gatherin
A Thousand and One Orchids 2018 at the Jardin des Plantes Paris
For those who would like to warm their hearts with the wonderful beauty of flowers, the Jardin des Plantes in Paris is exhibiting, until March 5th, 2018, the 6th edition of the exhibition of orchids: “A Thousand and One Orchids”.
Love Night : Celebrate Valentine's Day at Musée Rodin
On Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, come along with your honey and celebrate Valentine’s Day 2018 at Musée Rodin like it should be celebrated. Starting from 7 pm until 11 pm, fascinating surprises await you.
The abstract art of the 50s
This year, France’s largest international airport, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, is devoting its Espace Musées, from February 5th until September 10th, 2018, to showcase extraordinary pieces of abstract art on loan from Centre Pompidou Paris.
Dutch artists in Paris, 1789-1914
In collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Petit Palais art museum in Paris is presenting an exhibition that throws light on the important artistic exchanges which took place between Dutch and French painters starting from the reign of Napoleo
Degas, Danse, Dessin. A Tribute to Degas with Paul Valéry
To commemorate the centenary of the death of Edgar Degas (1834-1917), the Musée d’Orsay is presenting an exhibition that sheds light on “Degas Danse Dessin”, an essay written by the artist's friend, the writer, poet and philosopher
François I and Dutch Art
The Musée du Louvre Paris is organizing a temporary exhibition that sheds light on Dutch Art in France during the reign of King François I, between 1515 and 1547.
Drawing in the Open Air
Widely regarded a fundamental element of the training of young artists in the 19th century, the practice of drawing outdoors was and still till today considered an essential part of the history of drawing, if not an artwork in its own right.
Fortuny, a Spaniard in Venice
In conjunction with the Museo del Traje in Madrid, and the Museo Fortuny in Venice, Musée Galliera will be holding, until January 7th, 2018, the exhibition “Fortuny, a Spaniard in Venice”.