The exhibition will take visitors on an insightful journey into the evolution and "use of nature's most remarkable biochemical weapon - venom". A substance that kills, immobilizes, causes pain and fear but that can also save lives ...
This area is a unique space for actively experimenting and exploring offers a series of fun and educational activities divided into five thematic areas. The three major themes focus on the development of the child and their physical, cognitive and spatial skills. Image credit: S.Sonnet-EPPDCSI
Blending eye-popping digital collages and projections of Van Gogh's key works, this exhibition is a spellbinding (and eminently snappable) journey into the star-crossed painter's pictorial world and incredible mind. Image credit: Atelier des Lumières
A recluse, utterly consumed by his work, Hammershøi rarely left his Copenhagen studio – only stoking his own mystique. Step into the elusive Danish artist's world and his enigmatic work… Image credit: musee-jacquemart-andre.
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 to July 21, 2019, “L’Orient des peintres, du rêve à la lumière” will highlight 50 masterpieces from leading public and private collections in Europe and the United States ( with the likes of the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée des Augustins in Toulouse and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam).
Take a journey to the Pacific, right in Paris. The Quai Branly Museum is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Oceania from March 12- July 7, 2019. It showcases 170 items from destinations as diverse as New Guinea, Easter Island, Hawaii and New Zealand.
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 Musée d'Orsay's Black Models: From Géricault to Matisse explores the portrayal of black figures in visual arts, from the late 18th century to the modern day. This eye-opening exhibition examines artists' crucial role in the challenging perceptions - and pre-conceptions - of race and 'otherness' across the centuries.
Fifty years since man first set foot on the moon, the Grand Palais charts early scientific efforts to map the firmament. Magical!
Experience the summer solstice on a day where musicians (some amateurs) will invade the capital’s streets and bars to properly celebrate the 38th edition of World Music Day Also known as Fête de la Musique 2019. Entry is free. For this evening, public transport will be offering discounted travel and whilst some lines will run all night. Image credit: Unsplash, Alex Kotliarskyi