Selection of the best exhibitions

Selection of the best exhibitions

Our Concierge would like to share with you through its selection of the best exhibitions currently taking place.

Alphonse Mucha
From September 12th2018 to January 27th2018 – Musée du Luxembourg
This exhibition reveals the prolific work (paintings, sculptures, drawings, objets d’art…) and singular personality of this world-renowned Czech-born architect famed for his iconic Art Nouveau posters. > Read more

Picasso. Blue and rose
From September 18th2018 to January 6th2019 – Musée d'Orsay
For the first time ever in France, this exhibition brings together masterpieces from between 1900 and 1906, an essential period in Picasso’s career. > Read more 

Jean-Michel Basquiat / Egon Schiele
From October 3rd2018 to January 14th2018 – Fondation Louis Vuitton
The dazzling intensity of the lives and works of these two artists, both major figures of their age, exercise an enduring fascination. Two parallel itineraries provide enlightening glimpses of Schiele in Vienna around the year 1900; and Basquiat in New York during the early 1980s > Read more

Sigmund Freud. Du regard à l'écoute(From Looking to Listening)
From October 10th2018 to February 10th2010 - Musée d'art et d'histoire du judaïsme
This exhibition builds on a set of exceptional works never previously assembled, to evoke the career and the approach of the great Vienna-based physician and founder of psychoanalysis. > Read more 

From October 17th2018 to February 25th2019 – Centre Pompidou
This comprehensive overview of cubism highlights the wealth, the inventiveness and the prolific nature of this movement that was not confined to the geometricalization of shapes and a rejection of classic representations, since its members’ radical research and creative energy are the very sources of modern art. > Read more 

Meiji, splendors of Imperial Japan
From October 17th2018 to January 14th2018 – Musée Guimet
This exhibition highlights the many upheavals relating to the Meiji era (1868-1912), which marked an unprecedented revolution for Japan and for the world as a whole. It deals with various aspects of the modernization of Japan and the industrialization of artistic production through various art techniques. > Read more

Michael Jackson - On the Wall
From November 23rd2018 to February 14th2019  – Grand Palais
This exceptional exhibition testifies to the cultural impact on contemporary art of the king of pop’s personality and work, through a variety of artworks by Andy Warhol, Lorraine O’Grady, Isaac Julien… > Read more

Palais de Tokyo
To discover the exhibitions of Europe’s largest contemporary art center, an ever-evolving anti-museum perpetually giving rise to the unexpected.  > Read more

And why not cross the Place du Trocadéro and step into the Musée de l’Homme(Museum of Mankind) to explore who we are, where we come from and where we are heading? A vast topic that remains as exciting and colorful as ever. > A Q&A to find out all you need to know