Presenting a singular exhibition devoted to fabric in all its forms, with works from the Daniel Cordier collection on loan from the Centre Pompidou, and pieces hailing from all continents, as well as by contemporary artists.
Art Ludique finds a new home in Gare Saint-Lazare after a four-year hiatus. Founder Jean-Jacques Launier is a long time supporter of the creative arts in online games, cartoons and animations, which involve many disciplines such as music, drawing, sculpture and writing. Launier says these creators are the ‘Leonardo da Vinci of today’.
To retrace the presence of a surrealist current in American art from the 30s to the 60s, the Vieille Charité in Marseille draws from 180 major works by more than 80 artists, lent by both museums and private collections.
Cité du Vin in Bordeaux, has a new temporary exhibition, Drinking with the Gods. Dionysus, the god of wine born of the love between Zeus and a mortal, and the wealth of rituals associated with the deity.
The rich collection of British art of the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux is displayed in a dialogue with selected works on loan from the Musée du Louvre, as one of the events celebrating ‘British Year’.
A very international 2021 edition of the famed International Garden Festival at the Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire will welcome teams from over nine countries under the theme of ecology and biomimetics.
The latest immersive image-and-sound exhibition at Carrières de Lumières in Les-Baux-de-Provence presents the masterpieces of Cézanne. The monumental open-air site invites us on a journey to the heart of the major works of the artist from Aix, following the common thread of nature towards Provence and Sainte-Victoire.
A major exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg brings together over 70 works from 1780-1830 to highlight how the rising prominence of women in the world of fine arts was linked to the changing structure of the establishment and evolving tastes.
The Royal Monastery of Brou devotes a special exhibition to Suzanne Valadon and other female artists of her generation. With works ranging from 1880 to 1940, the event reveals the role of women in French artistic expression at the turn of the 20th century.
This exhibition at the Centre Pompidou-Metz presents a portrait of the spirit of Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526-1593) through the eyes of other artists influenced by the master of the bizarre.
By popular request, the exhibition ‘Pharaoh, Osiris and the Mummy’ at the Musée Granet in Aix-en-Provence has been extended to allow the public to discover this extraordinary event throughout this summer. From the intriguing hieroglyphs to the fascinating deities with human bodies and animal heads, the story of a people and their myths emerges from the mists of time.
This hidden gem in Brittany offers an opportunity to learn more about this ancient métier, its history and perils, and the critical challenges it faces today. What makes the museum even more special is a visit to the chalutier, a fishing trawler on the dockside, where you can get a real insight into the harsh life of a fishing crew. (Reopening as soon as conditions permit)