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The splendours of Uzbekistan's oases

23 November 2022 6 March 2023
This exhibition takes visitors on a fascinating journey to the crossroads of civilisations, in the heart of central Asia, in Uzbekistan, where Samarkand and Bokhara are household names. But many other trading posts in the region brought to light works of art that are now listed as objects of world heritage....

Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899)

18 October 2022 15 January 2023
A major national and international event, this exhibition honors an extraordinary, innovative and inspiring artist, Rosa Bonheur. This artist, known as an icon of women's emancipation, placed the living world at the heart of her work and her existence. She was committed to the recognition of animals in their uniqueness and sought through her work to express their vitality and their "soul". Through her great...

Things, a history of still lifes

12 October 2022 23 January 2023
The exhibition Things, authored by Laurence Bertrand Dorléac, proposes a new take on what was long seen as a minor genre, whose name - 'still life' - is intriguing in itself. Depictions of things, which date back to prehistoric times, are a wonderful window into history. Artists were the first to take things seriously by recognising their presence, imbuing them with life, glorifying their forms and meanings, their...

Edvard Munch. A Poem of Life, Love and Death

20 September 2022 22 January 2023
In collaboration with the Munch Museum in Oslo, the Musée d'Orsay is devoting an exhibition to the famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944), whose work, in all its breadth - sixty years of creation - and complexity, remains partly unknown. Munch's work occupies a pivotal place in artistic modernity. It has its roots in the 19th century and would find its place firmly in the next one. Moreover, his entire...

The New Generation Middle Ages

Check out this never-before-seen line from the Musée de Cluny by James Kerr, a Montreal-based digital artist who is best known for his Scorpion Dagger animated GIF project.

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