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Miró

1 October 2018 4 February 2019
Bringing together nearly 150 works, this retrospective traces the technical and stylistic evolution of the artist. Miró creates from his dreams and opens the door to his poetic universe. Miró transformed the world around him with an apparent simplicity of means, whether a symbol, the tracing of a finger or water on paper, a seemingly fragile line on the canvas, a line in the ground fused with fire, or an...

Magnificent Venice !

24 September 2018 21 January 2019
Having inherited a multisecular tradition, at the dawn of the 18th century Venetian civilisation dazzled in the visual and decorative arts, music and opera alike. The presence of great talents, such as the painters Piazzetta and Giambattista Tiepolo, the urban landscape painter or vedutista Canaletto and the sculptors Corradini and Brustolon, to name but a few, allowed Venice to cultivate a unique aesthetic and sense...

Picasso. Blue and Rose

18 September 2018 9 January 2019
The Musée d'Orsay and the Musée national Picasso-Paris are organising an exceptional event dedicated to Pablo Picasso's blue and rose periods. This exhibition is the first large-scale collaboration between our two museums. It features masterpieces and proposes a new interpretation on the years 1900-1906, a critical period in the artist's career which to date has not been covered in its entirety by a French museum....

The presentation of this exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay demonstrates the desire to include the young Picasso in his time and reconsider his work under the prism of his belonging to the nineteenth century.


The exhibition will bring together a large number of paintings and drawings with the aim of presenting a comprehensive overview of the artist's sculptures and engravings between 1900 and 1906.

Alphonse Mucha

12 September 2018 30 January 2019
Born in 1860 in the small town of Ivančice, Alphonse Mucha became famous in 1895 in Paris, with Gismonda, his first poster for Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923), the greatest actress of the time. As a poster artist, Mucha developed a very personal style, the "Mucha style", characterised by sinuous forms mixing young women, floral motifs and ornamental lines, as well as a subtle range of pastel shades. This style...

Exhibition organised by the Rmn - Grand Palais in co-production with Arthemisia and the collaboration of the Mucha Foundation, Prague

Curator: Tomoko Sato, curator of the Mucha Foundation, Prague

Set design: Atelier Maciej Fiszer

Graphics: Atelier KS

Lighting: ABRAXAS CONCEPT

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