Despite the persistent health crisis, it is still possible to have a great exhibition since Paris is full of museums, small galleries, exceptional ephemeral places and even… on the walls of its streets! Just open your eyes. To make it easier for you, we have listed the current exhibitions that are worth seeing. Mark your calendars!
“In the streets of Paris” at Galerie Sakura
The pitch : a summary ofworks carried out on elements of parisian life - cobblestones, metro maps, opera tickets and even restaurant menus! – signed by 70 best street artists of the capital. Held at the Sakura Gallery, "In the streets of Paris" brings together no less than 200 works presented to the public, and if you fall in love with it, you can even buy one of them and walk away with it, under your arm (starting price set at 100 euros)!
Sakura Gallery, 21 Rue du Bourg Tibourg, 75004 Paris. Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 18 p.m. and Sunday from 14 p.m. to 18 p.m.
"Andy Warhol: Snapshots" at the Italian Gallery
The pitch : The star of Pop art is at the heart of a superb exhibition at the Italian Gallery from March 2 to April 10. On the program: a fine collection of his photographs, made with a Polaroid. Selfies of the artist, nudes, film series... We discover a whole set of works that reveal the different techniques used by Andy Warhol as a photographer.
Italian Gallery, 15 rue du Louvre 75001 Paris.
“1 Ocean” at Gare de Lyon
The pitch : From March 4 to April 30, the forecourt of the Gare de Lyon hosts the exhibition 1 Ocean ". An incredible dive, to discover the wildlife and marine flora, around the photographs ofAlexis Rosenfeld. Imagined by the photographer and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission ofUNESCO, this exhibition challenges the urgency of protect the ocean and to develop oceanographic research. A great way to make people aware of the saving the oceans, which will inevitably delight lovers of marine biodiversity.
Forecourt of the Gare de Lyon, Place Louis-Armand 75012 Paris.
“Bringing colors back to Paris” on the walls of Paris
The pitch : You must have seen these colorful creations au Golden Gate Palace, near the Canal de l'Ourcq or at the Lutetia hotel. In collaboration with the Museum of Decorative Arts, Singer Mika has dressed up Paris, just to put a little colors in the streets of the capital! To do this, the famous singer called on 9 artists from all walks of life (Aurélia Durand, Laurindo Feliciano, Ugo Gattoni, Alexandre Benjamin Navet…) to dress the display spaces of Paris, with unpublished works. An open-air exhibition to discover throughout the month of March!
Louis de Funès at Bercy Village
The pitch : Great figure of the 7nd art, it undeniably represents theone of the favorite actors of the French. To the delight of his many fans, the legendary Louis de Funes comes to joyfully dress the passages of The Bercy Village, through a open-air exhibition… In partnership with the Cinematheque et Gaumont, Bercy Village invites you to rediscover the posters of his greatest films : Cabbage Soup, The Great Mop, The Adventures of Rabbi Jacob, The Wing or the Thigh… A pretty retrospective which will delight moviegoers.
Bercy Village, 28 Rue François Truffaut 75012 Paris. From February 18 to May 31, 2021.