Temporary exhibitions

You don’t know what exhibits to go see? We have tested for you some temporary exhibitions to discover, mainly in Paris. Pick up some ideas for cultural outings, to be done alone, with family or friends.

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Visiting a museum is sometimes like a journey and this is particularly the case at the Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac Museum, which invites us to take the road of the Cameroonian chieftaincies, communities located in the Grassfields mountainous region and which preserve a unique culture, traditions and heritage. Subtitled “From the Visible to the […]
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The year 2021 marks a double bicentennial: the beginning of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire and the entry of the Venus de Milo into the national collections. On this occasion, the Musée du Louvre invites us on a journey between Paris and Athens with an exhibition that explores the cultural, historical, […]
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What is the original source of art? This is the question that Paul Klee (1879-1940) tried to answer throughout his career. Through 120 works and personal objects of the artist, the LaM museum returns to this questioning by presenting until February 27, 2022 an exhibition that makes us (re)discover the art of Paul Klee from […]
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It’s a new exceptional exhibition that has just opened at the Fondation Vuitton: 5 years of work will have been necessary to bring together 200 masterpieces of modern art from the Morozov collection and presented for the first time outside Russia! Who were the Morozov brothers? How did they build their art collection? And what […]
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After Versailles, the Centre Pompidou and the Louvre, it is the Petit Palais’ turn to open its doors to Jean-Michel Othoniel for his largest solo exhibition since 2011. With no less than 70 works, the artist invents “The Theorem of Narcissus” and invites us to observe the world’s reflection at the same time as our […]