Around current exhibitions

Pharaoh of the Two Lands - The African story of the kings of Napata

27 April 2022 25 July 2022
In the 8th century BC, a kingdom grew up around the Nubian capital, Napata. In about 730 BC, the Nubian king Piankhy conquered Egypt and founded the 25th Dynasty of Kushite kings, who ruled for more than fifty years over a kingdom stretching from the Nile Delta to the confluence of the White and Blue Niles. The most famous of those kings is the pharaoh Taharqa. The exhibition highlights the importance of this vast...

New masterpieces. La dation Maya Ruiz-Picasso

16 April 2022 31 December 2022
This exhibition celebrates the addition of nine masterpieces to the French national collections - six paintings, two sculptures and a sketchbook - via the country's gifts-in-lieu scheme, which was introduced on 31 December 1968, allowing inheritance tax to be paid in kind. This unique acquisition mode is key to the very identity of Musée Picasso, which was founded in 1979 specifically to house the donation made by...

Maya Ruiz-Picasso, daughter of Pablo

16 April 2022 1 January 2023
María de la Concepción, nicknamed Maya, was born on September 5, 1935. She was Pablo Picasso's first daughter, and the fruit of his passionate love for Marie-Thérèse Walter, whom he had met in 1927. The arrival of this child is a disruption in the life of Picasso. The exhibition "Maya Ruiz-Picasso, daughter of Pablo" proposes to reread part of the artist's production through the prism of this filial...


12 April 2022 17 July 2022
Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926), a genius architect and designer, left his mark on Spain at the turn of the 20th century and continues to fascinate today. For the first time in fifty years in France, a large-scale exhibition is devoted to this master of Art Nouveau. It will show the extraordinary creativity of this singular artist, a bearer of the upheavals at work in Catalonia at the end of the 19th century, and which is...

The New Generation Middle Ages

The musée de Cluny has just reopened after being closed several months for renovation.

Nested in the heart of Paris' Quartier Latin, this national museum dedicated to the medieval civilization is renowned for hosting the Lady and the Unicorn, one of the world's most famous medieval works of art.

To celebrate this long-awaited reopening, famous GIF animator James Kerr, better known as Scorpion Dagger, brings life to the museum's medieval icons through the playful « New Generation Middle Ages » collection.

The Barbapapa visit the Louvre

Discover art with the Barbapapa! From generation to generation, the Barbapapa make the little ones dream. For parents and grand-parents, it's a sweet opportunity to look back on their childhood's heroes and share good memories with their children.

What would an encounter between the Barbapapa and the icons of the largest museum in the world look like?


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