Exhibitions for Paris

This is a listing of exhibitions for Paris. This section is being tested-out and is far from complete. If you are a venue-manager and would like to add your own events and exhibitions, we are in the process of building a submission system.

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* Placenames with an asterisk have no-fee hours.


This original perspective of Gustave’s paintings and Martial’s photography invites the visitor to enter the private world of a large...
Now Ongoing
This comprehension of images is based on 4 major iconological models created by Man, which go beyond any geographical or...
Mar 30, 2011 – May 21, 2011
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present “Richard Prince: de Kooning” an exhibition of paintings and works on paper....
This space displays the major gift of fifteen sculptures by Étienne-Martin made to the museum by l’Oréal. This is complemented...
Now Ongoing
The Paris School is extremely well represented, with works by Marc Chagall (The Dream, 1927), portraits by Amedeo Modigliani, Chaïm...
Mar 02, 2011 – Jul 04, 2011
Invited to the Centre Pompidou, François Morellet has decided to show a specific aspect of his art: installations. For him,...
Mar 02, 2011 – May 23, 2011
The Centre Pompidou is dedicating an exhibition to Jean-Michel Othoniel, who is retracing his career from 1987 to the present....
Apr 05, 2011 – Jul 03, 2011
More than a one man retrospective for Edouard Manet (1832-1883), the exhibition Manet, the Man who Invented Modernity explores and...


The title of the exhibition, “Empire, State, Building,” refers to three aspects of Société Réaliste’s work....
In the second half of the 19th century, during the heyday of Victorian England, the aesthetic principles of the Pre-Raphaelite...

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Now Until Apr 28, 2011
Louvre *
As a counterpoint to the presentation at the Louvre of the retrospective devoted to the Bavarian-born Austrian sculptor Franz Xaver...
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