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Karel Appel. Art as Celebration!

Karel Appel

From February 24 through August 20, 2017, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris presents an exhibition dedicated to some of the most stunning works of the cosmopolitan Dutch artist Karel Appel (1921 – 2006). Showcasing more than 20 works varying from ceramic sculptures to wonderful paintings, the exhibition “Karel Appel. Art as Celebration!” is an opportunity to discover more about the life of this popular 20th Century artist as well as his career. Among the works on display, visitors c… ...

Anatomy of a Collection: Exhibition at Palais Galliera

Until October 23rd, 2016, the Parisian museum of fashion, Palais Galliera will be presenting Anatomy of a Collection, an exhibition that spotlights on fashion from the 18th century until today. On the occasion of this exceptional exhibition, more than 100 old and rare pieces including accessories and garments are on display. Anatomy of a Collection is an opportunity for fashionistas to discover a unique picking featuring clothes recognized for being worn by popular and historical figures such … ...

Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection

Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection

To mark the occasion of the France-Russia Year of Cultural Tourism 2016-2017, until February 20, 2017, the Fondation Louis Vuitton, will be staging "Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection". Organized in partnership with the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, the State Hermitage Museum and the Tretyakov State Gallery, this unparalleled exhibition throws light on the private collection of the Russian art collector and businessman Sergei Shchukin (1854 – 1936). "Icons of Modern Art. The Shc… ...

Eternal Sites: From Bamiyan to Palmyra

Eternal Sites

  In collaboration with the Musée du Louvre and Iconem, until January 09, 2017, the Grand Palais, will be staging “Eternal Sites: From Bamiyan to Palmyra”, an exhibition that gives prominence to some of the most extraordinary and significant archaeological sites in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.   The Bamiyan site, in Afghanistan ​ Best-known for holding the famous Buddhas of Bamiyan which were destroyed by the Taliban, in March 2001.   The ancient Assyrian capital of King Sargon II, in Ir… ...


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