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JR WILL MAKE THE PIRAMID OF THE LOUVRE DISAPPEAR

This year the artist JR will apply an anamorphosis to the most spectacular monument of Paris: the Pyramid of the Louvre and will make it disappear. (An anamorphosis is a deformed image that appears in its true shape when viewed in some “unconventional” way).

Louvre, May 24th 2016 – June 28th 2016

 

Fernell Franco, Série Billares, 1985

 

CALI CLAIR-OBSCUR BY FERNELL FRANCO

The south american artist, Fernell Franco, will present at the Foundation Cartier for the first time his photographic works created from 1970 till 1996. More than 140 photographs where the artist expresses the urban conflicts of Cali, the city where he grew up and lived for most of his artistic life. 

Fondation Cartier, February 6th 2016 – June 5th 2016

 

L'art et l'enfant

 

ART AND THE CHILD 

The Musée Marmottan will present a hundred pieces signed by Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Greuze, Corot, Millet, Manet, Fragonard, Chardin, Monet, Renoir, and more taken from private collections and the most prestigious French and foreign museums. Through a selection of rare paintings, the exhibition retraces the evolution of the status of children from the 15th to the 20th century, and questions the role of drawing children on the avant-gardes of the 20th century.

Musée Marmottan, March 10th 2016 – July 3rd 2016

 

 

REMBRANDT 

The exhibition is divided in three parts as the period of the artistical life of the artist. The first part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Leyden period (1625-1631), where Rembrandt came into his own as a painter. The second part will be dedicated to Rembrandt’s years of triumph in Amsterdam, from 1631 to 1635, when he produced numerous portraits of notables deemed “more lively” than those of other reputed portrait painters in the great capital of art. The third period of 1652-1669 is known as Rembrandt’s “late style”, when the painter reached the apogee of his art.

 

Musée Jacquemart-André, September 2016 – January 2017

 

 

 

FASHION FORWARD - THREE CENTURIES OF FASHION 

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of its fashion collection with the exhibition the ‟Fashion Forward, Three Centuries of Fashion (1715-2015)” that will bring together 300 items of men’s, women’s and children’s fashion from the 18th century to today, selected from the museum’s collections to provide a novel chronological overview.

 

Musée des Arts Décoratifs, April 7th 2016 – August 14th 2016

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