Top Art Exhibitions Not To Miss This Autumn in Paris
What season for art and creation! In Autumn, with the dozens exhibitions that started, FIAC and museums openings, we do not know where to start our tour. A small guide is required, right?
In Autumn 2014, in addition to exhibitions signaling the artistic and cultural return in Paris’s museums, we should count on newcomers, museums that (re) open their doors.
So, in this fall 2014, what will you discover first?
New museums and cultural institutions:
The Picasso Museum
The Picasso Museum will reopen its doors on October 25. The opportunity to rediscover a large part of the personal collection of Pablo Picasso. 150 works by french artists including Cézanne, Renoir, or Matisse, and more than 150,000 personal documents that reflect the artist’s daily life.
The Monnaie de Paris
The MétaLmorphoses project is designed to make of Monnaie de Paris a place of discovery and walk, but also a center of excellence and attractiveness on the banks of the Seine. From 25 October 2014, you can visit this unique heritage, its priceless collections, its palace and royal factory and in some time, many shops will complete your experience.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation
The Louis Vuitton Foundation aims to support and promote contemporary, French and internationally art. After more than twenty years of sponsorship, the LVMH house is a step closer to the art with the opening of this building October 27, 2014.
Temporary exhibitions that are begining:
Assassin’s creed Unity at the Arludik gallery
You discover in preview of the next opus’s decor which is set in the Paris of the French Revolution, through the presentation of 50 paintings from digital artworks of the game.
October 1 – November 15, 2014
Hokusai at the Grand Palais
We are going to meet an artist that changed an entire generation of French artists and gave them another idea of framing and perception of reality.
1 October 2014 – 18 January 2015
The Kama Sutra in the Pinacoteca
The Pinacoteca dare exposing the Kama Sutra, considered one of the major texts of medieval Hinduism but also as the bible of eroticism.
2 October 2014 – 11 January 2015
Drawing of Studio Ghibli at the Ludique Art Museum
This exhibition looks back at 30 years of animated masterpieces, straight from the minds of Studio Ghibli. A last tribute to the studio, which just announced its closure.
4 October 2014 – 1 March 2015
#STREETART at The EDF Foundation
The EDF Foundation offers an overview of STREET ART practices, The STREET ART 2.0, and new modes of expression.
4 October 2014 – 1 March 2015
Exposures that do extremely well now:
Niki de Saint Phalle at the Grand Palais
Feminist, gay, simple, clear, art by Niki de Saint Phalle is savored with a smile, between thinking about the world and love of colors and shape rounds.
Visible until February 2, 2015
The Borgias and their time at the Maillol Museum
Armors, jewelries and master paintings trace the crazy epopee of the Spanish family, who became a symbol of decadence in the Renaissance.
Visible until February 15, 2015
Stadshof Collection at Halle Saint-Pierre
More than 350 works from the Stadshof’s collection were selected for their uniqueness, offering a panorama of contemporary art.
Visible until January 4, 2015