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The Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris is devoting a major retrospective to Nicolas de Staël (1914-1955), a key figure on the post-war French art scene. Twenty years after the one organized by the Centre Pompidou in 2003, the exhibition offers a fresh look at the artist's work, drawing on more recent thematic exhibitions that have shed light on certain little-known aspects of his career (Antibes in 2014, Le Havre in 2014, Aix-en-Provence in 2018).
The retrospective brings together a selection of some 200 paintings, drawings, prints and notebooks from numerous public and private collections in Europe and the United States. Alongside emblematic masterpieces such as Parc des Princes, it presents an important group of works rarely, if ever, exhibited, including some 50 shown for the first time in a French museum.
Fifty years ago, on April 8, 1973, Pablo Picasso passed away at the age of 91, leaving behind him several thousand works of art. As a result of the immense inventory work that followed his death and took several years, more than 3,700 works directly from the artist's studios entered the national collections, forming the core of the Musée national Picasso-Paris. Since its inauguration in 1985, the collection has grown steadily, enabling the public to see and understand the work of one of the twentieth century's major artists. Through more than seventy emblematic works from the Musée national Picasso-Paris, including paintings, sculptures, drawings and ceramics, this journey through the collections reveals the diversity of techniques and styles experimented by Pablo Picasso throughout his prolific and perpetually inventive life. From the beginnings of Cubism to the 1960s, the exhibition highlights a series of decisive moments and cross-cutting themes in his work.
Bringing together more than five hundred photographs and documents by some one hundred and twenty historical and contemporary photographers, "Corps à corps" offers an unprecedented look at photographic representations of the human race in the 20th and 21stcenturies .
To mark the 50th anniversary of Picasso's death, the Musée du Luxembourg is staging a major exhibition on the story of the extraordinary friendship between two 20th-century icons, Pablo Picasso and Gertrude Stein.
Gertrude Stein (1874-1946), a Jewish-American immigrant, writer, poet and aesthete, moved to Paris in 1903, shortly after the arrival of Picasso, then a young artist. Their position as foreigners and their marginality underpinned their membership of the Parisian bohemian scene and their artistic freedom. Their friendship crystallized around their respective work, which laid the foundations of Cubism and the 20th century's pictorial and literary avant-gardes. Their posterity is immense.
By examining their complicity and inventiveness, the Musée du Luxembourg exhibition takes us through a century of art, poetry, music and theater, through great figures such as Henri Matisse, Juan Gris, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Bruce Nauman, Carl Andre, Joseph Kosuth, Hanne Darboven, Glenn Ligon, John Cage, Bob Wilson, Gary Hill and Philip Glass.
The Petit Palais is showcasing its rich graphic arts collection with a selection of almost 200 sheets by the great printmaking masters, including Dürer, Rembrandt, Callot, Goya and Toulouse Lautrec, among others... Prints play a key role in the Petit Palais collection. It reflects the taste of its illustrious donors, the brothers Auguste and Eugène Dutuit, and curator Henry Lapauze, who created the Musée de l'Estampe Moderne in 1908 within the Petit Palais itself. By following the history of the collections, the exhibition presents an unprecedented panorama of prints from the 15th to the 20th century, through the most beautiful treasures.
The Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris highlights the artistic and friendly relationship between painter Amedeo Modigliani and his art dealer Paul Guillaume. The exhibition, entitled "Amedeo Modigliani. Un peintre et son marchand" explores how their relationship had a significant impact on the artist's career. Through a presentation of emblematic works, the tour explores the Parisian artistic and literary context of the 1910s, as well as Paul Guillaume's role in the diffusion of Modigliani's work on the art market in both France and the United States in the 1920s.
Reaffirming the importance of collaboration between European museum institutions, the Musée du Louvre has entered into an unprecedented partnership with the Museo di Capodimonte for the year 2023.Some sixty of the Neapolitan museum's greatest masterpieces will be exhibited in three different areas of the Louvre: in the prestigious Grande Galerie, there will be a spectacular dialogue between two of the world's most important collections of Italian paintings; in the Salle de la Chapelle, the origins and diversity of the Capodimonte collections, assembled mainly by the Farneses and Bourbons, will be recounted and highlighted; finally, in the Salle de l'Horloge, the four masterpieces of drawing from the former Farnese collection will be on show: an autograph cartoon by Michelangelo, one by Raphael and two others by collaborators, alongside those by Raphael or his pupils in the Louvre.
The Atelier des Lumières invites you to a total immersion in the world of Chagall, unclassifiable painter with a thousand influences. The digital device of the exhibition immerses you in a prolific and extraordinary work.
Between France, Russia and the United States, discover the different periods of Chagall's life and take a new look at his work.
His life, the multiplicity of his inspirations, his constant search for new techniques, supports and materials to express his art will no longer hold any secrets for you.
And for the children, Chagall's works hide many animals. Have fun finding them all!
At the end of the tour, music and painting are honored by the compositions of Paul Klee. To the tune of The Magic Flute, discover a colorful pictorial imaginary world entirely mixed with music.
In parallel with Chagall, Paris - New York, the Atelier des Lumières in Paris offers a short program of about ten minutes entitled Paul Klee, Peindre la musique.
With this digital and immersive exhibition, the visitor wanders through the works of this notable painter of the first half of the 20th century, projected on the walls of the exhibition space and accompanied by excerpts from Mozart's The Magic Flute, which the artist, who was passionate about music, particularly liked.
The son of a musician and a singer, Paul Klee was himself a violinist and placed music at the heart of his abstract paintings.
The Dior Gallery, which bears witness to the bold vision of Christian Dior and his six successors: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri.
The collection of the Fondation Louis Vuitton does not aim at the objectivity and exhaustiveness of a public collection. It is committed to sharing the emotions and questions provoked by certain works whose power to "break the rules" reinvents a relationship with the world. To do so, it is naturally organized around sensitive lines that draw four directions: Contemplative, Popist, Expressionist, Music and Sound.
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