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Anselm Kiefer

16 Dec-18 April. The Centre Pompidou presents France's first retrospective in over 30 years dedicated to the leading German contemporary artist Anselm Kiefer. One of Germany's first post-war artis...
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Fragonard in Love: Suitor and Libertine

16 Sept-24 Jan. The Musée du Luxembourg examines the legacy of French painter and printmaker Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806), a leading exponent of the late Rococo manner in the mid-18th century....
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Picasso Mania at the Grand Palais

7 Oct-29 Feb. The Grand Palais explores how leading artists from the second half of the 20th-century were inspired by the work of Spanish master Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). The exhibition examines...
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Sterling Ruby

The Gagosian Paris presents new abstract paintings and sculptures by German-born American artist Sterling Ruby. The Los Angeles-based artist used rollers and brooms to paint his new YARD paintings...
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Wifredo Lam

30 Sept-15 Feb. This exhibition at the Centre Pompidou repositions the work of Cuban artist Wifredo Lam (1902-1982) within the context of international modern art history. Although he gained recog...
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Bruce Nauman

The Gagosian Gallery presents key works by Bruce Nauman, the internationally-known American artist whose practice incorporates sculpture, photography, holography, neon, video, drawing, printmaking, an...
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Henry Darger

When an eccentric and reclusive hospital janitor died in 1973, his landlords were amazed to find hundreds of canvases and thousands of wildly imaginative illustrations stashed away in his lodgings....
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La Passion Selon Carol Rama

France's first retrospective dedicated to the mysterious Italian artist Carol Rama whose work is characterised by eroticism and sexual aggression, with particular reference to female sexuality. Bor...
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Ed Ruscha

The Gagosian Paris presents an exhibition of prints and photographs from across the career of leading American artist Ed Ruscha. The works on display provide insights into the work practices of the...
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Hervé Télémaque

The Centre Pompidou presents a retrospective dedicated to the contemporary Haitian artist Hervé Télémaque who has lived and worked in Paris since 1961. Over the decades T&eacut...
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David Bowie Is

The hugely popular David Bowie Is show comes to the Philharmonie in Paris after its stint at London's V&A Museum. On display is a large collection of archive material that retraces his vibrant...
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Animals and Pharaohs: The Animal Kingdom in Ancient Egypt

The Louvre examines the bond between the Egyptians and the animal world, recalling the essential role of animals in pharaonic civilisation, from ancient writings to funeral rites. Some of the highl...
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Jeff Koons

The Centre Pompidou pays tribute to contemporary American artist Jeff Koons, looking back on three decades of international acclaim. The retrospective examines his flourescent career and cult-like...
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Haiti

This exhibition at the Grand Palais showcases two centuries of Haitian art from the beginning of the 19th century up to the present day, paying tribute to the artists of Haiti, the history of their co...
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Hokusai

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) was a Japanese artist of the Edo period, which lasted between 1603 and 1868, during which the arts flourished in Japan. Hokusai is best known for his Mount Fuji set o...
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Marcel Duchamp: La peinture, même

The Centre Pompidou presents a new interpretation of the paintings of avant-garde French artist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), whose work shook the foundations of 20th-century art. The painter, sculpt...
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Niki De Saint Phalle

The work of French sculptor, painter and film-maker Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is the subject of an exhibition that provides a general overview of the unconventional artist. Saint Phalle firs...
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Tattooists, Tattooed

The Quai Branly devotes an exhibition to the history of tattooing and traces it from its origins in so-called primitive societies in the Orient, Africa and Oceania. It also examines the social, rel...
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Lucio Fontana

This exhibition charts the radical career of Lucio Fontana (1899-1968), a pioneer of abstract art in Italy in the 1930s. Born in Argentina, the painter and sculptor is best known for founding Spati...
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Carl Larsson : Sweden’s most beloved Painter

The work of Carl Larsson (1853-1919) is the subject of an exhibition at the Petit Palais, the first time that the Swedish artist is honoured with such a major show in France. Around 100 of Larsson'...

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