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The Saint-Jacques tower is an isolated building, standing in the middle of the square that bears its name. A flamboyant Gothic bell tower built between 1509 and 1523, the Saint-Jacques tower is the only vestige of the Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie church built in the 16th century and destroyed in 1797. This sanctuary was the meeting point and departure point on the via Turonensis (or Tours route) of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
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The Caves du Louvre is a place like no other, 800m2 of historic vaulted cellars on 3 levels in the centre of Paris and a wine shop, designed by and for wine lovers. Offering a journey designed around the 5 senses, it is a true place of oenological discovery for all epicureans.
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Running at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs from November 29, 2023 to April 28, 2024, the exhibition "Iris van Herpen. Sculpting the Senses" pays tribute to one of the most visionary fashion designers of her generation.
A pioneer in the use of new technologies in her discipline, Iris van Herpen transgresses the conventional norms of clothing, open to both traditional and forward-looking know-how.
Ranging from the micro to the macro, the exhibition questions the body's place in space, its relationship to clothing and its environment, and its future in a rapidly changing world. A selection of more than 100 haute couture pieces by Iris van Herpen interact with contemporary artworks by Philip Beesley, Collectif Mé, Wim Delvoye, Rogan Brown, Kate MccGwire, Damien Jalet, Kohei Nawa, Casey Curran, Jacques Rougerie, as well as design creations by Neri Oxman, Ren Ri, Ferruccio Laviani and Tomáš Libertíny, and pieces from the natural sciences such as coral and fossils creating a unique resonance with historical pieces.
From the Belle Époque to the Roaring Twenties, Paris continues to attract artists from all over the world. The City of the World is both a capital at the heart of innovation and the focus of a formidable cultural influence.
The exhibition features almost 400 works by Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Marie Laurencin, Fernand Léger, Tamara de Lempicka, Amedeo Modigliani, Chana Orloff, Pablo Picasso, Marie Vassilieff and many others. The exhibition also features outfits by Paul Poiret and Jeanne Lanvin, jewelry by Cartier, a plane from the Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace at Le Bourget and even a car on loan from the Musée National de l'Automobile in Mulhouse.
Through fashion, cinema, photography, painting, sculpture and drawing, as well as dance, design, architecture and industry, the exhibition brings to life the wild creativity of the years 1905-1925.
The exhibition will focus on transparency as Yves Saint Laurent's preferred artistic expression. Some forty textile pieces will be presented. These will be accompanied by elements of the creative process: sketches, tracing patterns, photographs and accessories, as well as a series of drawings inspired by the paintings of Goya. Works by modern and contemporary artists echo Yves Saint Laurent's creations.
Attracted by the suggestive power of transparency, Yves Saint Laurent began experimenting with materials such as chiffon, lace and tulle in the 1960s. Like a leitmotif, transparency recurs regularly throughout his forty-year career, actively contributing to the silhouette of a powerful, liberated woman. Drawing on the power of materials, this new exhibition explores fashion and the couturier's vision in all its complexity: as close as possible to his relationship with the body and revisited nudity.
L'Atelier des Lumières dedicates its new exhibition to the Egypt of the Pharaohs, featuring masterpieces from a civilization that spans three millennia and fascinates every generation. The immersive journey takes visitors along the Nile with its lush flora and fauna, and invites them to discover the daily life of ancient Egypt with its bas-reliefs, paintings and ancient papyri.
The digital exhibition reveals the remains of ancient Egypt as they appeared to French scientists during the Egyptian Campaign from 1798 to 1801, and as drawn by painter David Roberts. Visitors are immersed in this period of history, discovering the construction sites of the pyramids, the temples dedicated to multiple divinities, the mythical battles that punctuated the reigns of successive sovereigns, and immersing themselves in the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens.
Bringing together over five hundred photographs and documents by some one hundred and twenty historical and contemporary photographers, "Corps à corps" offers an unprecedented look at photographic representations of the human race in the 20th and 21stcenturies .
The collection of the Fondation Louis Vuitton does not aim for the objectivity and exhaustiveness of a public collection. Rather, it aims to share the emotions and questions provoked by certain works whose power to "break the rules" reinvents a relationship with the world. To do so, it is naturally organized around sensitive lines that draw four directions: Contemplative, Popist, Expressionist, Music and Sound.
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The first retrospective in France devoted to the American painter Mark Rothko (1903-1970) since the Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1999, the exhibition presented at the Fondation brings together some 115 works from major institutional collections, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the Tate in London and the Phillips Collection in Washington, as well as international private collections, including that of the artist's family.
Spread throughout the Foundation, the exhibition follows a chronological itinerary, tracing the artist's career from his first figurative paintings to the abstraction that defines his work today.
The Dior Gallery, a testament to the bold vision of Christian Dior and his six successors: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri.
With this exhibition, the Maison de Balzac proposes to establish a correspondence between drawing and literature: a parallel between the work of the writer Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850) and that of the painter and caricaturist Honoré Daumier (1808-1879). The two men share a keen eye for their contemporaries, painting a vast panorama of society. Here and there, their observations reveal the shortcomings, the pettiness and the ridiculous, without indulgence, but with a deep concern for humanity.
The exhibition features some sixty of Daumier's engravings, as well as some of his paintings, offering an original dialogue with La Comédie humaine. To enrich and update these views of Parisians, the exhibition also features drawings by several contemporary caricaturists and illustrators.
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