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Festival d’Automne

This four-month festival of theatre, dance, film and performance art is an important fixture on the Parisian cultural calendar. The 44th edition of the high-quality festival features many big names...
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Trompe-l'oeil: imitations, pastiches et autres illusions

19 March - 15 November 2013. The Museum of Art Deco pays homage to the eye-deceiving art form known as "trompe-l'oeil", meaning "trick of the eye" in French. A difficult and often time-consuming t...
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Trompe-l'oeil: imitations, pastiches et autres illusions

19 March - 15 November 2013. The Museum of Art Deco pays homage to the eye-deceiving art form known as "trompe-l'oeil", meaning "trick of the eye" in French. A difficult and often time-consuming t...
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Debussy, music and art

22 February - 11 June. The Mus
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Rodin: Capturing the Model: 300 Drawings (1890-1917)

18 November - 1 April. This exhibition presents a collection of 300 drawings from the last 30 years of Rodin's life, when drawing had become his predominant form of artistic expression. Aged over...
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Goudemalion, sa vie, son

11 November - 18 March. Les Arts D
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Cézanne and Paris

12 October - 26 February. An exhibition at the Mus
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Spain across two Centuries: From Zuloaga to Picasso (1890-1920)

7 October - 9 January. This exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the most influential artists and trends in Spanish art from the late 19th century to the early 20th. The museum highlights...
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Beauty, Morals and Voluptuousness in the England of Oscar Wilde

13 September-15 January 2012. This exhibition explores the British aesthetic movement in the second half of the 19th century. The movement sought to break away from the materialism and rigid moral...
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SINEAD NI MHAONAIGH: AN TIMEALL: PEINTURES

16 Sept-23 Oct 2011. The Centre Culturel Irlandais (CCI) presents an exhibition by Irish artist Sin
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Mediaeval and Renaissance Illuminations

7 July-3 October. This interesting exhibition celebrates historical, literary and liturgical illuminations and consists of 70 Italian, French, Flemish and Germanic works produced in mediaeval and rena...
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Paris - Delhi - Bombay

25 May-19 September. An exhibition comprising paintings, sculpture, design, fashion and cinema by 50 artists from France and India is designed to showcase the diversity of Indian contemporary culture,...
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Claude Cahun

24 May-25 September. This exhibition at Jeu de Paume presents a wide collection of works by the avant-garde photographer Claude Cahun (1894-1954). It highlights the diversity of the artist who use...
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Charlotte Perriand: From photography to design

7 April-18 September. With this exhibition the Petit Palais reveals for the first time the important role played by photography in the creative process of French avant-garde designer Charlotte Perrian...
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Manet: the Man who Invented Modern Art

5 April - 3 July 2011. This exhibition affirms Manet's place as one of modern art's game-changing pioneers and highlights the impact the artist had on his contemporaries as well as those who followed...
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William Crozier: A Studio Collection

22 March - 22 April 2011. The Irish Cultural Centre in Paris presents an exhibition of abstract landscape and still life paintings by William Crozier, one of Ireland's most esteemed and collectable li...
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Animonuments: Photographs by Nicolas Guilbert

1 April - 31 August. Photographer Nicolas Guibert presents the viewer with well-known French buildings to which he has added wild and domesticated animals, through the careful manipulating of photogra...
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Cranach and his time

9 February - 23 May. An exhibition dedicated to the life and works of one of the major artists of the German Renaissance, Lucas Cranach (c.1472-1553). The show at the Mus
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Images of the African diaspora in New York City community murals

1 February - 27 March 2011. This exhibition of images of murals created by New York artists and community organisations explores the influences of African and Caribbean art and what its history, relig...
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