Discover the Titanic like you've never seen it before! Come and discover the wreck of the most tragically famous boat of the twentieth century, at a depth of 3,800 metres beneath the sea.
Martinique-born French artist Louisa Marajo joins other Caribbean and international artists in exploring the question ‘What might a Caribbean future look like?’ This is the second presentation of Marajo’s work in the US.
This exhibition is a fantastic chance to rediscover the great classics of British art. Dedicated to a key period in the history of painting in England (namely the 1760s to around 1820), which are all too rarely exhibited in France.
Containing twenty pieces that represent European tapestry weaving belonging to such artistic tendencies as Historicism, the Art Nouveau and Modernism.
Explore Toulouse-Lautrec's desire to represent time and ‘freeze the moment’. This outstanding exhibition is produced in collaboration with the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Orangerie.
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 modernity.
This is the first exhibition to look in depth at the significance of Van Gogh’s oeuvre in its impact on the development of young German Expressionist artists.
This collection will engage in artistic discourse when French Impressionists such as Monet, Degas and Renoir will be seen alongside works by German Impressionists Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt.
This collection brings together distinguished works by Impressionists and other masterpieces from periods before and after. Image credit: Hamburger Kunsthalle
Here we see Monet’s immersion in nature and the places in which he worked, exploring how he captured atmosphere - the qualities of water or the effects of light. This is the most comprehensive exhibition in two decades.