« Paris: City of Bargains? | Main | Paris BD Shop Profile: Librairie Super Héros »

Summer Lineup for Museums in Paris

330_centaure0Now through August 24th

Alain Séchas: Rêve brisé [shattered dream]

Séchas was given free reign to install his current works at the Musée Bourdelle, where he has created a commentary that captures the intensity and spontanety of the artist's process. (featured left)

Jonathan Monk: Time between Spaces

The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents, in collaboration with Palais de Tokyo an exposition of Jonathan Monk: Time Between Spaces.

Through August 31st

Nuit Espagnole : Flamenco, avant-garde et culture populaire, 1865 – 1936

In the heat of the night, head for spain. Where? At the Petit Palais, thanks to this new exhibition that features the history of this decidedly Spanish tradition. Learn more about Flamenco, a dance which inspired and captivated many generations of painters and sculptures, from Courbet to Picasso and stimulated them to embrace the modern era.


Parisart14mamvpdoigp78810Through September 7th

Peter Doig

The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris is showing the first major exposition of Peter Doig in Paris. One of the premier UK painters of his generation, Doig’s works will be on display, grouped in themes as well as chronologically. Not to be missed.

Through September 14th

Bridget Riley: Retrospective

The Musee d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents the first retrospective in France of the famous British painter Bridget Riley. An important artist from the 60’s, Riley, inspred by Seurat, explored the world of optics and all of the effects on color and form therein.


Img_23943 Through September 21st

Les Parisiennes de Kiraz (Kiraz’ Parisiennes)

The Musée Carnavalet is showing a retrospective of illustrator and painter Kiraz’s popular drawings of pretty Parsian women, which have appeared in journals and magazines throughout France and the world.

Read more on this exhibition here.

Musée Bourdelle
18, rue Antoine Bourdelle
75015 Paris

Petit Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris

Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris
11, avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris

Musée Carnavalet
23, rue de Sévigné
75003 Paris

Bonapart Paris apartments


Post a comment

Search the site

Paris Resources

Picture 12     360fashionLOGO1
More sites to explore...


Site notices

  •  Subscribe in a reader

    Add to My AOL

    Subscribe in Bloglines

    Add to Google

    Copyright © Susie Hollands.