2019 will be abundant and prolific all of kind exhibitions! Find an overview (non-exhaustive!) of the most anticipated Parisian events!
Miro – Grand Palais
Mucha – Musée du Luxembourg
Gio Ponti – MAD
Basquiat-Schiele- F. Louis Vuitton
In January and February, successes of 2018 are staying on the bill still. For latecomers, during the first weeks of 2019, we will take of rediscover the paintings of Miro and Alphonse Mucha or the work of the architect Gio Ponti. We xill be inspired by “L’asie rêvée d’Yves Saint Laurent” or by the patterns exhibition Géométries Sud, du Mexique à la Terre de Feu.
Don’t forget THE exhibition of the end of 2018 : Jean Michel Basquiat & Egon Schiele at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.
For music lovers
Nowadays famous & ultra trendy music style in the world: The ELECTRONIC MUSIC! The exhibition “Rêve électro de Kraftwerk à Daft Punk” explains this music phenomenon & lifestyle universe around it. Sounds, projections and lights : the event will be experimental & multi-sensorial!
Electro Philarmonie de Paris
For new horizons desires
Oceanie Quai – Branly
In March, the Quai Branly museum will take you on the way of Oceania culture. “Océanie” exhibition will gather a collection that will mix ancestral tradition & contemporary work.
For art lovers of all kinds
Retrospective Christian Boltanski – Centre Pompidou
In 2019, main retrospectives will follow at Pompidou Museum.Vasarely & his modern OpArt will be brightening up springtime. Winter will be more gloomy and sensitive with Francis Bacon & Christian Boltanski retrospectives.
In springtime, go for le Grand Palais! The event “La Lune, Du voyage réel aux voyages imaginaires“ will reveal links between Man & moon and will invite spectators to dream and contemplate it!
To discover classics
La lune du voyage réel aux voyages imaginaires -Grand Palais
Starting from February, go to l’Atelier des Lumières! After Klimt, Van Gogh will be in the spotlight for this new cultural place for digital art! With Van Gogh, la nuit étoilée, we will walk around the colourful painting thanks to poetic & spectacular projections.
If there is one exhibition to keep in mind, it will be the one; THE retrospective of these years will be Léonard de Vinci in Louvre Museum. But, we need to be patient to discover all of this collection because it’s planned at the end of 2019 (from October 2019 to February 2020). This exhibition commemorates the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonard de Vinci.