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El Greco at the Grand Palais in Paris

In the first major exhibition dedicated to El Greco, the Grand Palais charts the Venetian artist's pioneering career at the crossroads between tradition and...

Francis Bacon: Books and Paintings at the Centre Pompidou in Paris

More than 20 years after his last monographic show (in 1996) a devotion to a vast exhibition to Francis Bacon, with paintings from 1971...

Leonardo’s Saint Jerome at the Metropolitan Museum in New York

In honour of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, his unfinished masterpiece, Saint Jerome Praying in the Wilderness, has gone on display...

Monet: The Late Years at the Kimbell Art Museum in Texas

Missed Claude Monet’s fabulous waterlilies in San Francisco? Then catch them in Fort Worth.

The Sweetness Of Life at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena

‘The Sweetness of Life: 18th-century French Paintings from the Frick Collection’ offers an intimate glimpse at the life and fashion of middle-class French women...

Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms at the Caen Memorial Museum,...

A one of a kind exhibition will be dedicated to displaying the works of, American painter, Norman Rockwell's works. Devoted in commemoration of the...

2019 Centenary of the death of Pierre-Auguste Renoir in Essoyes, Champagne

Discover Pierre-Auguste Renoir's summer home, in Essoyes in Champagne, where he lived there on and off for more than three decades on the centenary...

The Essential Duchamp

French-American artist Marcel Duchamp wanted conceptual art to serve the mind, not just please the eye. This new in-depth exhibition, which features 125 works...

The Sharing of Shapes

In the first retrospective in more than 50 years, the Pompidou Centre celebrates the father of OpArt, charting his career from his early forays...

Football in the Arab World: The Revolution of the Round Ball

What is the place of football in Arab societies? What role do the Arab nations play in the world of football? Sure to delight...