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Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736

28 January - 25 April 2011. Bavarian-born Austrian sculptor and master portraitist Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736-1783) is renowned for his "character head" busts whose faces are contorted in extreme...
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Mondrian/De Stijl

Until 21 March 2011. In an attempt to extract the artist from the movement, the Centre Pompidou assesses the work of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) and his dual identity as the leading figure...
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Claude Monet.

22 September-24 January 2010. The exhibition showcases 60 years of Monet
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Gabriel Orozco

15 September - 3 January 2011. Born in Jalapa, Mexico in 1962, Gabriel Orozco travels constantly and is an artist of no fixed abode. Neither is he equipped with a permanent studio. Despite this his wo...
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Architecture and Comics: The City Illustrated

1 July - 28 November 2010. Comprising 350 works by 150 international comic book authors, the Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Architecture presents an exhibition examining the relationship between c...
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Dans l'ombre des Dinosaurs

09 July 2010 - 14 February 2011. This exhibition in the Natural History Museum caters for all the family and explores the evolution of animals and plants on Planet Earth. Encompassing some 35 million...
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Roads to Arabia - Archaeological Treasures from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

16 July - 27 September 2010. This exhibition of 300 artefacts traces the history of Saudi Arabia from prehistoric times to the present day. Most of the items on show, which include silverware, jewelle...
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Filming The Camps

10 March - 31 August 2010. When a documentary filmed in the concentration camp of Dachau was first screened 65 years ago, the world recoiled in a collective gasp of revulsion and horror. The film was...
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Yves Saint Laurent: Retropsective

11 March - 29 August 2010. Yves Saint Laurent (1936 - 2008) began his career in 1953 by coming third place in a young fashion designer contest. By the time he retired in 2002 he was lauded as France's...
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Other Masters of India

30 March - 18 July 2010. Largely unknown to the western world, the Adivasis people make up the folk communities of India's indigenous population and are spread across the entire territory. Although th...
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Les Lalanne

18 March - 4 July 2010. The Lalannes, two individual sculptors often regarded as a single entity, are known for using nature and animals in their unique artwork. They have exhibited together ever sinc...
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Meroë, Empire on the Nile

26 March - 6 September 2010. The royal city of Mero
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Visions d’orient - Les orientales de Victor Hugo

26 March - 4 July 2010. Considered the most important of the Romantic authors in the French language, Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was aged 27 when he published "Les Orientales", a collection of flamboyant...
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Contrefaçon

30 March 2010 - 2 January 2011. An intriguing exhibition examining the complex issue of counterfeit goods. Placing genuine items alongside forgeries, participants are encouraged to spot the difference...
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Lucian Freud

10 March - 19 July 2010. Aged 88, London-based painter Lucian Freud is arguably one of the world's most important living artists. This exhibition, his first in France for 22 years, pays tribute to the...
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The Illuminations

Until 31 December 2010. Donated to the Marmottan Museum in 1981, the Daniel Wildenstein Collection comprises 313 miniatures. Including works from the 13th to 16th century, from English, French, Italia...
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Espèces menacées et disparues

27 January - 5 April 2010. To celebrate the International Year of Biodiversity, an exhibition of extinct and endangered species is taking place at the Cabinet d'Histoire of the Jardin des Plantes. Art...
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Joseph Kosuth: Neither Appearance Nor Illusion

22 October 2009 - 21 June 2010. Joseph Kosuth, a major presence in the contemporary international art scene, has taken over the exterior ancient walls and moat of the Louvre by suspending neon tubes w...
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Matisse and Rodin

23 October 2009 - 28 February 2010. This exhibition is not only interesting due to the breathtaking beauty of the work on display, but also because of the fresh questions it poses. Separated by a gene...
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