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Léonce Rosenberg's apartment. De Chirico, Ernst, Léger, Picabia...

30 January 2024 19 May 2024
The Musée national Picasso-Paris presents its new temporary exhibition, "Léonce Rosenberg's apartment. De Chirico, Ernst, Léger, Picabia...". In the form of evocation of a vanished setting, the exhibition will bring to light a previously unpublished and little-known pictorial ensemble, by major artists of the inter-war period. The exhibition tells the story of the legendary décor of the Paris flat of art...


Giovanni Casini, Juliette Pozzo,

At the court of Prince Genji. A thousand years of Japanese imagination

22 November 2023 25 March 2024
Famous for the extreme refinement of its court art, imperial Japan of the Heian period (794-1185) notably gave birth to a major work of classical Japanese literature, the Tale of Genji. Written in the 11th century by a woman, the poet Murasaki Shikibu, it has generated an extremely rich iconography over a thousand years, influencing even contemporary mangaka....

This event exhibition invites visitors to immerse themselves in ancient Japan, discovering the Heian period (794-1185) and its court art. This period of freedom for women, with particularly rich artistic production, notably saw the emergence of a unique women's literature in Japanese history. They took up waka style poems which they wrote using a cursive writing system derived from Chinese and adapted to the Japanese language of the time. Freed from the Chinese model, they produced works mixing waka and prose, in the form of journals or told stories.

This exhibition is organized in partnership with the Franco-Japanese Sasakawa Foundation, which with this event celebrates thirty years of action for the development of cultural relations and friendship between France and Japan. The foundation is recognized as being of public utility.

Curator: Aurélie Samuel, heritage curator

Modern Paris 1905-1925

14 November 2023 14 April 2024
After Romantic Paris (1815-1858) and Paris 1900, City of Entertainment, the Petit Palais is devoting the last section of its trilogy to Modern Paris (1905-1925)....
From the Belle Époque to the Roaring Twenties, Paris continued, more than ever before, to attract artists from all around the world. This cosmopolitan city was both a capital where innovation thrived and a place of tremendous cultural influence. It brings together almost four hundred works by Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Marie Laurencin, Fernand Léger, Tamara de Lempicka, Amedeo Modigliani, Chana Orloff, Pablo Picasso, Marie Vassilieff, and many others. It also features clothing designs by Paul Poiret and Jeanne Lanvin, jewellery by Cartier, a plane from Le Bourget Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, and even a car on loan from the Musée national de l'Automobile in Mulhouse. Through fashion, cinema, photography, painting, sculpture, and drawing, as well as dance, design, architecture, and industry, this exhibition showcases the rich creativity of the period 1905-1925.

The exhibition, organized both chronologically and thematically, draws its originality from the geographical perimeter on which it mainly focuses, i.e., the Champs Élysées. This district was a veritable cradle and hub of Modernity. At the time, the Grand Palais hosted the latest in artistic creation at the Salon d'Automne and Salon des Indépendants every year, where the public could discover works by Douanier Rousseau, Henri Matisse, and Kees van Dongen amongst others.

Claude Gillot

9 November 2023 26 February 2024
A draughtsman and printmaker in the last years of the Grand Siècle, Claude Gillot is known for the inventiveness and originality of his works, heralding the freedom of expression and mores of the Régence period (1715-1723). With his parodies, witchcraft scenes, farces and fairground improvisations, he is an artist known for satire, comedy and performing arts. His countless drawings, coveted by collectors,...

At the core of his work, a rich corpus of drawings illustrates his penchant for the comedy of the Comédie Italienne (Italian companies performing in France), with its pantomimes, acrobatics and cross-dressing figures. A costume and set designer for the Paris Opera starting in 1712, Gillot was also a sought-after decorator, notably collaborating with Claude Audran III on private interiors, and reinventing arabesque painting in the process.


Hélène Meyer and Xavier Salmon, Musée du Louvre

The Lady and the Unicorn

Touch, Taste, Smell, Hearing and Sight... and a sixth piece symbolizing the sixth sense, with a blue tent and the inscription To my only desir. The tapestries that make up the Lady and the Unicorn hanging are among the most famous works in the Musée de Cluny collection.

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