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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...

The Moon: from Real Travel to Imaginary Journeys

Fifty years since man first set foot on the moon, the Grand Palais charts early scientific efforts to map the firmament. Magical!

The Ey Exhibition Van Gogh and Britain

This exhibition reveals how some of Van Gogh's most famous paintings, including Sunflowers, were influenced by his British experience and how he set many...

Black Models: Géricault to Matisse

Many artists have immortalised black people in their work, often going against the typical representations of their respective periods. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, the...

King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh at the Grande Halle...

Calling all Egyptology fans. An exhibition devoted to Tutankhamun is heading to Paris which will showcase a major collection of the Pharoah’s exceptional treasures...

Oceania Exhibit

Take a journey to the Pacific, right in Paris. The Quai Branly Museum is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Oceania from March 12- July...

Oriental Visions

A not-to-miss exhibit devoted to the Orientalism art movement at this gem of a museum in the 16th arrondissement. Taking place from March 7...

Blue Rider

Casting a wide net, the Musée de l'Orangerie retraces the twin careers of Franz Marc and August Macke, both leading exponents of the Der...

Hammershøi: The Master of Danish Painting

A recluse, utterly consumed by his work, Hammershøi rarely left his Copenhagen studio – only stoking his own mystique. Step into the elusive Danish...