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Venice revealed

21 September 2022 19 February 2023
The invention of Venice is a miracle. A miracle of engineering, architecture and art, this incomparable city, built from scratch on a lagoon, has been struggling for several centuries against the sea, which is also its wealth. Discover its mysteries, its treasures, and the extent of its splendor: this is what Venice Revealed allows us to do, through original and surprising images, giant and immersive projections, and...

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...

Mirror of the world - Masterpieces from the Dresden cabinet of curiosities

14 September 2022 15 January 2023
The exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg brings together around one hundred remarkable artworks and objects collected between the 16th and 18th centuries by the powerful Prince-electors of Saxony. During a period marked by the struggle for imperial power between the Electorates of the Holy Roman Empire and the courts of Europe, this dazzlingly rich collection demonstrates the political power of the Prince-elector....

André Devambez - Vertigo of the imagination

9 September 2022 31 December 2022
André Devambez was born in Paris and grew up in the world of Maison Devambez, the family engraving and publishing business created by his father Édouard. He showed an early aptitude for drawing and quickly began academic studies at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He won the Prix de Rome which allowed him to perfect his training in the Medici City. On his return to Paris, he made Paris and its inhabitants one of...

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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