For the Pop Air exhibition, the Grande Halle de la Villette was transformed into a playful universe of bright colors and gigantic shapes. This event, conceived in collaboration with the Balloon Museum of Rome, invites you to discover the inflated works of about fifteen international artists.
Did you know that the greatest explorer of the 20th century is a woman? The great traveler and writer Alexandra David-Neel settled in Digne-les-Bains in 1928. Her house has now become a museum that houses the testimonies of her numerous trips to the Orient.
The Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris creates the event by hosting an immersive and spectacular exhibition dedicated to the pre-Columbian civilizations. This exhibition entitled Machu Picchu and the Treasures of Peru proposes to you to discover more than 190 original pieces coming from Peru. An exhibition event not to be missed!
After 20 months of closure for works, the Cluny museum will reopen its doors in the Latin Quarter in Paris. This museum located near the Boulevard Saint-Michel is the only national museum in France entirely dedicated to the Middle Ages. It is known for housing one of the most famous medieval works in the world, the Lady of the Unicorn.
The Nice Cimiez Museum of Archaeology is devoting an exhibition to the remains of necropolises discovered on the ancient site of Cemenelum. In the exhibition Death is not an end, the museum exhumes treasures of the past and invites visitors to discover the funeral rites of antiquity.
Notice to all Impressionist painting lovers: there are only a few days left to discover the exhibition that the Marmottan-Monet Museum is devoting to Julie Manet. The daughter of painters Eugène Manet and Berthe Morisot was a model, artist and collector. Through her exceptional destiny, the exhibition traces an intimate history of the Impressionist movement.
The National Automobile Museum - Schlumpf collection, located in Mulhouse, celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2022. On the occasion of this anniversary, we invite you to discover this magnificent collection, which will now be highlighted by a renewed museography.
Have you heard of Simon Beck? This British artist has made immaculate and glittering powder snow the backdrop for his works. We invite you to discover the ephemeral and impressive works of the inventor of snow art.
The Musée d'Orsay in Paris is dedicating an exhibition to the great American painter James Whistler. Even if this exhibition gathers only about twenty works, it is an event not to be missed. We have listed for you 5 good reasons to visit this exhibition.
Attention gem and jewelry lovers: there are only a few weeks left to discover the Cartier and the Arts of Islam exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. This exhibition traces the fascination of Louis and Jacques Cartier for the Orientalist wave and tells the genesis of the style of the famous jewelry house.