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  • Paul Durand-Ruel. The gamble of the Impressionists Manet, Monet, Renoir.
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    Paul Durand-Ruel. The gamble of the Impressionists Manet, Monet, Renoir.
    Paul Durand-Ruel. The gamble of the Impressionists Manet, Monet, Renoir. Musée du Luxembourg From the 9th of October, 2014 to the 8th of February, 2015 Around Cézanne, Renoir or Monet, the Museum of the Luxembourg presents the first exhibition dedicated […]
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  • Les Borgia et leur temps
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    Les Borgia et leur temps
    Les Borgia et leur temps Musée Maillol From the 17th of September, 2014 to the 15th of February, 2015 The Borgia family owes its celebrity thank to statesmen, their popes and to their outstanding personalities. Their sulphurous reputation fascinated writers […]
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  • Disappeared Paris, restored Paris
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    Disappeared Paris, restored Paris
    On the occasion of 850 years of the Cathedral Notre-Dame, the archaeological Crypt of the square Notre-Dame dedicates an exhibition to the history of Paris by archaeological restoration (interactive 3D experiences). Visitors are invited to discover vestiges protected in the […]
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  • PARIS 1900 LA VILLE SPECTACLE – The City Entertainment
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    PARIS 1900 LA VILLE SPECTACLE – The City Entertainment
    This exhibition, around 600 works and objects, pulls us in Paris of the beginning of the XXth century. Paris shows its magnificence through its art and its modernity: cinematograp, transport, constructions … The City Light still shines with one thousand […]
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  • The 30 years of Fondation Cartier for contemporary art – Mémoires Vives
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    The 30 years of Fondation Cartier for contemporary art – Mémoires Vives
    In 1984, the CARTIER company created a foundation for the contemporary art located in a Parisian building realized by Jean Nouvel. The object of this foundation is “to promote and to support the international contemporary artistic creation through activities (funds, […]
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  • Candido Portinari – War & Peace
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    Candido Portinari – War & Peace
    Candido Portinari, born at Fazenda Santa Rosa in 1903, was one of the most important Brazilian painters of the 20th century. His work is a critical and engaged view of various aspects of Brazilian life, such as work, childhood, particularities, […]
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  • Bill Viola
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    Bill Viola
    Bill Viola, born in New York in 1951, is undisputedly the most well-known Video Art artist in the world. At the beginning of the 70’s he created brilliant video installations with fellow artists who also became famous, such as Nam June Paik, Wolf […]
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  • From Watteau to Fragonard, les fêtes galantes
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    From Watteau to Fragonard, les fêtes galantes
    The From Watteau to Fragonard, les fêtes galantes Exhibition at the Musée Jacquemart-André – close to the Hôtel Mansart – encompasses approximately sixty works by Watteau, Fragonard and other painters from the same era. These painters created a new, quite timeless genre that crossed the centuries up […]
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  • Van Gogh / Artaud – The Man Suicided by Society
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    Van Gogh / Artaud – The Man Suicided by Society
    Van Gogh,  known for his original works, and Artaud, generally known for his writing, acting and for dabbling in the theatre, are currently on show together, thanks to their history, at the musée d’Orsay. How does associating Van Gogh with […]
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  • Hervé Perdriel. Art Jingle Contemporary
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    Hervé Perdriel. Art Jingle Contemporary
    Hervé Perdriel Art Jingle Contemporary Exhibition from 5th February to 5th March 2014 Each of Hervé Perdriel’s photo portraits is like an ID card that acts as a story within a story, and takes viewer on a sort of treasure […]
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