There is so much to see this winter, in Paris and in the provinces. On y va?
Hodler Monet Munch
The Marmottan-Monet museum presents these three painters as a journey through the three pivotal movements of European modernity: Impressionism, Post-Impressionism and Symbolism.
Until January 22 at the Marmottan-Monet museum in Paris
The Picasso-Giacometti exhibit brings into dialogue the different approaches that these two major 20th-century artists sustained in their various areas of creation: namely painting, sculpture and graphic art.
Hell According to Rodin
The Rodin rediscovers the creation of an icon: the task that Rodin could never complete but that inspired his work. Includes rarely seen sketches and newly restored sculptures.
October 17 – January 22 at the Rodin Museum in Paris
The Grand Condé – The Rival of the Sun King?
A special event to unveil the man who was the greatest warrior of his time and a veritable hero, as well as a rebel dissenter at the time of the Fronde.
Marilyn’s beauty was captured by the best artists of her day. The exhibit including works by Andre de Dienes, Milton Greene, Philippe Halsman, and Cecil Beaton.
October 22 – May 1, 2017 at the Caumont Centre d’Art in Provence. Related article: Not-to-Miss Exhibit: Canaletto at the New Caumont Centre d’Art in Aix-en-Provence
From France Today magazine