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Sam Szafran. Obsessions of a painter

28 September 2022 16 January 2023
Sam Szafran (1934-2019) occupies a very singular place in the history of art in the second half of the 20th century. He has dedicated his work to a figurative and poetic-iconic approach to reality that he has developed far from the art world and its fads, in the seclusion of the studio. A particularly difficult childhood, marked by the disasters of World War II in a family of Jewish-Polish origin, led him to prefer...

16th Century Bolognese Drawings in the Louvre Collections

22 September 2022 9 January 2023
This exhibition accompanies the publication of volume 12 of the Inventaire Général des Dessins Italiens, devoted to 16th-century Bolognese drawings in the Louvre collections. It presents drawings produced by Bologna-born artists or those who made the city their adopted home, all active before the arrival of the Carracci family. A selection of forty-four sheets shines a light on the evolution of Bolognese drawing all...

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...

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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