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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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25 Years of Raw Vision

Halle Saint Pierre celebrates 25 years of Raw Vision, the English magazine dedicated to bringing so-called outsider art, or art brut, to a wider audience. The magazine is considered the Rolling Sto...
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Birth of a Universal Museum: Louvre Abu Dhabi

This exhibition highlights the upcoming opening of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, presenting works from the new museum's collection in Paris for the first time. The works on show include pieces from history...
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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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Dries Van Noten: Inspirations

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs dedicates an exhibition to contemporary Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten whose work is displayed alongside paintings that have inspired him. The...
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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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Henri Cartier-Bresson

A decade after his death, the acclaimed photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson is celebrated with an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Considered the father of photojournalism, the French photographe...
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Erwin Blumenfeld (1897-1969)

The work of German-born photographer Erwin Blumenfeld is the subject of an exhibition at Jeu de Paume. After escaping concentration camps in France during the Vichy regime, Blumenfeld and his fami...
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The Origins of Engravings in Northern Europe (1400-1470)

The Louvre dedicates an exhibition to the advent of engraving in the western world in the 15th century, focusing in particular on a 70-year period prior to the beginning of the career of influential G...
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Cy Twombly. On Paper

Galerie Karsten Greve presents an exhibition of works on paper by the American artist Cy Twombly. The show comprises a series of works produced since the end of the 1950s. Twombly had a long assoc...
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The Springtime of the Renaissance

This exhibition examines the origins of the Renaissance, an era of major artistic and cultural transformation which began in Florence in the early part of the 15th century. Central to the exhibitio...
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Ron Mueck

The Fondation Cartier presents new sculptures by Australian artist Ron Mueck, in what is his first major European show since the last Fondation Cartier exhibition in 2005. The London-based artist...
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Delacroix as Writer

The Delacroix Museum commemorates the 150th anniversary of Eugène Delacroix with a exhibition examining the writings of the French Romantic artist. Drawing from its own collection the Mus&e...
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Roy Lichtenstein: A retrospective

The Centre Pompidou hosts the first major retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein in Paris for over 20 years. Although Lichtenstein (1923-1997) is regarded as a leading light of America's Pop Art moveme...
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Keith Haring: The Political Line

The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, in collaboration with Le Centquatre art centre, presents a major retrospective dedicated to American artist Keith Haring. The exhibition...
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The Philippines: Archipelago of exchange

The Musée du quai Branly celebrates the diversity of ancient Philippine art dating from before the archipelago's 7,000 islands were colonised by Europeans in the 16th-century. The exhibitio...
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Mexican Art at the Louvre: Masterpieces from the 17th and 18th centuries

The Louvre showcases colonial-era Mexican art, highlighting an area of its collection which the museum intends to expand in the future. The 11 masterpieces on show include large-scale works such a...
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Eileen Gray

The Centre Pompidou is holding a major retrospective devoted to the unique work of Irish designer Eileen Gray (1879 - 1976), a pioneering artist and modernist. Although critics tend to divide her...
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Les Jouets: Star Wars

Until 17 Mar. The Les Arts Décoratifs pays tribute to the hugely successful series of six science-fiction movies, Star Wars, released between 1977 and 2005. The exhibition features a select...

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