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Sculpture as place, 1958 - 2010

Sculpture as place, 1958 - 2010

The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris will be home, until February 12th, 2017, to “Sculpture as place, 1958 – 2010”, the first exhibition in France dedicated to works of the American artist Carl Andre in around twenty years. “Sculpture as place, 1958 – 2010” brings together nearly 40 sculptures created by the artist. It also presents poems, photographs, and many other works, including works on paper. The exhibition “Sculpture as place, 1958 – 2010” is designed by the Dia Art Foundation.… ...

From Watteau to David, the Horvitz Collection

From Watteau to David, the Horvitz Collection

Until July 09th, 2017, the Petit Palais art museum will be displaying “From Watteau to David, the Horvitz Collection”. Giving prominence to the American collector Jeffrey Horvitz’s collection, the exhibition covers more than 200 pieces which vary from paintings to sculptures and drawings. Works by great French painters such as Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard, Greuze and David are among the works on exhibition. So, don’t hesitate to pay a visit to the Petit Palais if you’re staying at any of our Si… ...

Eternal Sites: From Bamiyan to Palmyra

Eternal Sites

  In collaboration with the Musée du Louvre and Iconem, until January 09, 2017, the Grand Palais, will be staging “Eternal Sites: From Bamiyan to Palmyra”, an exhibition that gives prominence to some of the most extraordinary and significant archaeological sites in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.   The Bamiyan site, in Afghanistan ​ Best-known for holding the famous Buddhas of Bamiyan which were destroyed by the Taliban, in March 2001.   The ancient Assyrian capital of King Sargon II, in Ir… ...

Mozart’s Opera Buffa Così fan tutte at Palais Garnier, Paris

Così fan tutte

The Opera de Paris presents a new performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s popular opera buffa: Così fan tutte. The show will take place at Paris’ leading opera house Palais Garnier, from January 23rd until February 19th, 2017. Così fan tutte was written in Italian by the prolific Italian opera librettist who also wrote The Marriage of Figaro (1786) and Don Giovanni (1787), Lorenzo Da Ponte (1749 – 1838). It is composed of two acts and was performed for the first time on 26 January 1790 on the… ...


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