The exhibition highlighting the great artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, is being held at Le Grand Palais until 27th January 2020 and more than 200 of his art pieces are exposed. No retrospective of Toulouse-Lautrec has taken place in France since 1992, which makes this exhibition even more special and attractive. It is the opportunity to rediscover the Parisian nights and the Montmartre of the 19th century seen by this aristocrat of the Languedoc region and precursor of avant-garde movements of the 20th century.
Nous les Arbres (“Us, the trees”) is an incredible exhibition combining nature, contemporary art, philosophy and science altogether. This exhibition is the result of scientists and artists, sharing the same affection for nature, and exchanging thoughts to finally highlight important environmental issues whilst promoting the beauty of these threatened living creatures. Drawings, paintings, photographs, films and installations from artists coming from all over the world will be the subject of this exhibition which promises to be as fascinating as it is revealing.
The FIFA Women's World Cup takes place in France this year! The Parc des Princes will celebrate the opening of this session with a match between France and South Korea and it is the Stade de Lyon that will close this unique event that brings all the countries together in a joyful and festive atmosphere!
From March 23rd to September 15th, 2019, the Grande Halle de la Villette welcomes "Tutankhamun, the treasure of the pharaoh", an exceptional exhibition dedicated to one of the most famous kings of Egypt. After Los Angeles (United States), Paris is the first European stopover of this traveling exhibition with its treasure of more than 3000 years old. In the program: more than 150 fascinating original artifacts found in 1922 in the tomb of the most notorious pharaoh, which, for most, never left Egypt. A rare opportunity to admire these pharaonic wonders for their last outing and to penetrate the universe of one of the most important figures of this period of history.