Paris is an exciting city of art, fashion, music, gastronomy and much more. Thus, it constantly sees new exhibitions appearing in the many museums of our beautiful city. Here are the must-see exhibitions from November.
“Iris Van Herpen. Sculpting the Senses” at MAD
Du November 29, 2023 to April 28, 2024, the exhibition « Iris van Herpen. Sculpting the Senses » celebrates the visionary genius of one of the most innovative fashion designers of her generation. Pioneer in the integration of new technologies In her designs, Iris van Herpen transcends conventional fashion norms by exploring traditional know-how and futuristic perspectives.
Featuring a selection of over 100 pieces of haute couture designed by Iris van Herpen, the exhibition establishes a dialogue with contemporary works of art by creators. Collectif Mé, Wim Delvoye, Rogan Brown, Kate McCGwire, Damien Jalet, Jacques Rougerie. As well as design creations from Neri Oxman, Ren Ri, Ferruccio Laviani and Tomáš Libertíny. Elements from the natural sciences, such as corals or fossils, resonate with historical pieces. The exhibition explores the body's relationship with space, its connection with clothing, as well as its interaction with the environment.
Decorative Arts Museum – 107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Maison Renoma celebrates its 60th anniversary with “23.23” at the Renoma boutique
Until January 23, 2024, la Maison Renoma celebrates its 60 years of existence. This symbolizes six decades of creation and counterculture by its founder, Maurice Renoma. 60 years rich in history, fashion, style and design, tinged with a artistic passion and international collaborations, punctuated by a career in perpetual evolution. On the occasion of event 23.23, Renoma store transforms into real art gallery ! Each era and each artistic form blend together harmoniously.
From vintage looks to the most daring creations, from photographs to collages, including tableware and furniture… Each piece will be displayed with grace. Le Souplex, formerly sewing workshops and celebrity fitting rooms, is transformed into a space of immersion and audiovisual interactivity. Maurice's life, from his childhood objects to his first creations, including his personal videos and his aspirations, will be highlighted. A real dive into the heart of the universe of Maurice Renoma!
Renoma Shop – 129 bis Rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris
“Dare to be free. Figure of the fights against slavery. » at the Pantheon
The exhibition “Dare to Freedom. » tells the story of a fight. That of freedom against slavery in the history of France. A journey that has spanned four centuries and three continents, punctuated by moments of ruptures, regressions, highlights as well as shifts. Presented at the Panthéon until February 11, 2024, this moving exhibition shows how the colonial slave system has always aroused resistance and opposition.
Through the presence of those who are already honored there: Abbot Grégoire and Condorcet, Victor Schœlcher and Félix Éboué, Aimé Césaire and Joséphine Baker… But also through the evocation of lesser-known figures whose memories she revives (Olympe de Gouges, Makandal, Julien Raimond, etc.), for a fairer and more complete story.
Pantheon – Pl. du Panthéon, 75005 Paris
“Ocean, The immersive Odyssey” at the Atelier des Lumières
Immerse yourself in a fantastic experience that will take you into a fabulous journey through the mysteries of the underwater world. Located at the Workshop of Lights, this incredible exhibition reveals the secrets of the tropical, temperate and arctic seas. But also the incredible photographs submarines of Brian Skerry. From October 20, 2023 to January 7, 2024, “Oceans, the immersive Odyssey” reveals the Earth through its oceans, its beauty then its fragility. Thus, this exhibition offers you unforgettable moments to share with family at the heart of breathtaking images!
Atelier des Lumières – 38 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
“The Paris of modernity” at the Petit Palais
After “Romantic Paris (1815-1858)” and “Paris 1900, the Spectacle City”, the Petit Palais devotes the last part of its trilogy to “The Paris of modernity (1905-1925)”. From November 14, 2023 to April 14, 2024, “The Paris of modernity” presents nearly 400 works by Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Marie Laurencin, Fernand Léger, Amedeo Modigliani, Chana Orloff, Pablo Picasso and many others. The exhibition also shows outfits by Paul Poiret, Jeanne Lanvin, jewelry from Cartier, a plane from the Air and Space Museum at Le Bourget and even a car on loan from the National Automobile Museum in Mulhouse! Through several exciting artistic fields, the exhibition brings to life and sees the crazy creativity of the years 1905-1925.
Petit Palais – Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Cristobal and Maurice Renoma at the Nichido Gallery
Cristobal is the symbol of the ecological and humanist reflection of Maurice Renoma. Since 2017, he has taken this alter ego artistic across the world to denounce the ravages of pollution linked to overconsumption and the degradation of collective consciousness. For 1 month, from November 16 to December 16, 2023, Nichido Gallery traces the artistic history of this ecological muse. Goldfish mythology and still lifes, Cristobal plays with the invisiblee. Through a system of optical illusions, the goldfish has fun hiding and swimming in the chaotic environment.
Nichido Gallery – 61 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
“Into the Blue: Soo Burnell” at Molitor
Du November 24 to January 7, 2024, the Scottish photographer Soo Burnell returns to Molitor. She presents a new chapter of its hit series Poolside. From the color blocks of Molitor to the “piano key” tiles of Butte-aux-Cailles. From the geometric reflections of the Piscine de Bagneux to the superb natural light of the Piscine George Hermant and through the rebirth of the Piscine des Amiraux… The “Into the Blue” exhibition takes you on an architectural journey. It spans decades, but brings us back to that universal joy. The feeling of fullness when you enter the water.
Molitor Hotel & Spa Paris MGallery Collection – 13 Rue Nungesser et Coli, 75016 Paris
“The home for everyone. A social photography in the 80s” at the Museum of Decorative Arts
The Museum of Decorative Arts presents some November 7, 2023 to January 28, 2024 “The home for everyone. Social photography in the 80s ». Immerse yourself in the world of more than 100 photographs, accompanied by posters, advertising films, books and magazines, from the museum's collections. These archives highlight the photographic collection offered by Marc Netter.
This collection also illustrates the social utopia of the new town through a photographic survey carried out in 1983. in the town of Carros, in Alpes-Maritimes. The works of Sabine Weiss, Jean Dieuzaide, Bernard Gille, as well as Guy le Querrec and Jacques Windenberger, captivate the utopia of a home for all while questioning the daily life of residents and public and private living spaces.
Decorative Arts Museum – 107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
“Picasso. Drawing to infinity” at the Center Pompidou
Legendary artist Pablo Picasso continues to exert an immeasurable influence on the art world, even fifty years after his passing. To celebrate his artistic genius, the Center Pompidou, in collaboration with the National Picasso Museum, presents the event exhibition “Picasso. Draw endlessly.” This exceptional exhibition is a captivating tribute to the artist and his prolific creation. It should therefore be at the top of your list of cultural must-sees this year.
From 18 October 2023 to 15 January 2024 - The Center Pompidou – Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
“Medieval treasures from the Victoria and Albert Museum: when the English spoke French” at the Hôtel de la Marine
The Al Thani Collection, which comprises an exceptional collection of artworks spanning a period from ancient times to the present, presents the exhibition: “Medieval treasures from the Victoria and Albert Museum: when the English spoke French”. From October 5, 2023 and until January 7, 2024, this unmissable exhibition will bring together for the first time in Paris more than 70 exceptional masterpieces of medieval art. These works come from the famous collection of medieval art at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. One of the largest in the world! Sculptures, enameled glass, ivories, stained glass, textiles, etc. The exhibition illustrates the complex and interdependent relationships between England and continental Europe throughout the Middle Ages.
Hôtel de la Marine – 2 Pl. de la Concorde, 75008 Paris
“Stage jewelry of the Comédie-Française” at the School of Jewelry Arts
Du October 6, 2023 to February 4, 2024, the emblematic School of Jewelry Arts exhibits the stage jewelry worn by the most famous actresses and comedians. This valuable exhibition traces the history of stage jewelry since the XNUMXth century. Jewelry, paintings, drawings, manuscripts,bear witness to the sumptuousness of these objects, which, while often made from non-precious materials, implement jewelry know-how !
THE SCHOOL, School of Jewelry Arts – 31 Rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris
“Bollywood Superstar: History of Indian Cinema” at Quai Branly
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Indian cinema with the exhibition “Bollywood Superstars: History of Indian Cinema”, from September 26, 2023 to January 14, 2024. This captivating exhibition traces a century of evolution of Indian cinema, from its mythological roots to contemporary icons that have transcended the boundaries of the screen. Explore the incredible rise of the Indian film industry, producing over 1500 films per year.
So, see how the first silent films were inspired by Hindu legends to captivate an ever-widening audience. Through works of art, historical artifacts and grandiose projections, immerse yourself in an immersive scenography that evokes the very essence of early Indian cinema.
Quai Branly Museum – Jacques Chirac – 37 Quai Jacques Chirac, 75007 Paris
“Ghost and Spirit” by Mike Kelley – Pinault Collection
In the midst of several exhibitions at the Commerce Exchange, a special exhibition appears in the heart of this museum. Mike Kelley takes over the museum from October 13, 2023 with the “Ghost and Spirit” exhibition. The exhibition is dedicated to the American artist, among the most influential of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Thus, it offers a new look at this major and unclassifiable work, through its most important pieces, some of which belong to the Pinault Collection. This retrospective also presents a sequence of different bodies of work or immersive environments by the artist. Among which are presented, in the Rotunda, the spectacular Kandors, cities of the future under glass bells.
Until February 19, 2024 – Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection – 2 Rue de Viarmes, 75001 Paris
“Beyond Rembrandt, Prints from the Dutch Golden Age” at the Château de Chantilly
The Condé Museum, a jewel of French culture, has an exceptional surprise in store for its visitors for its Dutch season. In a breathtaking revelation, a completely new part of its collections is on display to the general public. This initiative, made possible thanks to the passion and insight of the Duke of Aumale, an illustrious lover of prints, highlights an artistic treasure that was until then hidden from the eyes of the world. At the heart of this exhibition is a remarkable collection of engravings and etchings, testament to the artistic talent that flourished during the Dutch Golden Age. A cultural experience not to be missed for art lovers and the curious from all walks of life.
From 14 October 2023 to 25 February 2024 - Château de Chantilly – 60500 Chantilly
“Chéri Samba”, in the Jean Pigozzi collection at the Maillol Museum
Discover the captivating world of Cheri Samba, the eminent Congolese painter, through the very first retrospective of his work. This exhibition covers 40 years of artistic creation through more than 50 paintings. It offers a journey through the emblematic themes of his art, notably self-portrait, Congo and Africa, geopolitics but also the environment, art history, as well as the representation of women. Exhibited from October 17, 2023 to April 7, 2024, “Chéri Samba” is produced by Tempora in collaboration with the Jean Pigozzi collection and the Maillol Museum. Thus, this exhibition promises an enriching and immersive artistic experience.
Maillol Museum – 59-61 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris
“It’s up to you, my darling” at the Picasso Museum
This exhibition by the artist Sophie Calle shows that she wishes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Picasso's death. Until January 7, 2024, it takes over the entire four floors of the Hôtel Salé with a unique exhibition proposal. “It’s up to you to make my cute” by Sophie Calle takes a curious and offbeat look at a choice of emblematic works by Picasso. The artist summons images or memory through a personal story. Thus, Sophie Calle explores some of the themes that are central to her. Such as the deprivation of sight or disappearance by resorting to the archive and writing as sources and raw materials for its creation.
Musée National Picasso-Paris – 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
“Zidane, a portrait of the XNUMXst century” at the Philharmonie de Paris
Seventeen giant screens for a player who left his mark on all generations: Zinedine Zidane. The immersive installation “Zidane, a portrait of the XNUMXst century”, designed by Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno, transports the visitor to the heart of a football match that is both multidimensional and poetic. Thanks to a soundtrack combining the haunting sounds of the stadium and the original compositions of the Scottish post-rock group Mogwai, the installation creates a true symphony, orchestrated by sound engineer Nicolas Becker. Through this project, Parreno and Gordon seek to deciphering the sporting genius of the football star, but also the fascination we feel for contemporary icons.
Philharmonie de Paris – 221 Av. Jean Jaures, 75019 Paris
“Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise, the last months” at the Musée d’Orsay
The art of Vincent van Gogh, one of the most famous and influential painters of all time, continues to fascinate and inspire the art world. This year marks the 50th anniversary of his death. And to celebrate this memorable event, a completely unique exhibition is being created. Organized by the Public Establishment of Orsay and Orangerie museums in Paris, in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, this exhibition will immerse you in a crucial but often overlooked period of the artist's career.
From October 3, 2023 to February 4, 2024 – Musée d’Orsay – Esplanade Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, 75007 Paris
Discover the exhibition “Azzedine Alaïa, couturier collector” at the Palais Galliera
Azzedine Alaïa was a great cutting virtuoso. A major retrospective devoted to the couturier is highlighted at Galliera Palace through a unique exhibition. The latter presents, for the first time, its heritage collection exceptional that he has gathered over time. It brings together nearly 140 of the most exceptional pieces. The exhibition traces the history of this invaluable collection that Alaïa put together in the greatest secrecy. And which was never revealed during his lifetime, in France or internationally.
To end their journey, visitors are invited to go to Matisse Room, at the Museum of Modern Art located opposite the Palais Galliera, where are presented 3 stage costumes designed by Henri Matisse for the Ballets Russes in 1919 which illustrate the dialogue between fashion and art so dear to the couturier.
From September 27 to January 21, 2023 - Palais Galliera – 10 Av. Pierre 1er de Serbia, 75116 Paris
The Marguerites of Gaumont at the Gaité Lyrique
Du September 15, 2023 to December 22, the prestigious Lyrical gaiety offers the public an immersion in the subtle union between music and cinema. In 2003, Christophe Chassol started a collaboration with Gaumont to create the iconic melody of the famous daisy logo. Twenty years later, the artist offers a contemporary look on the remarkable catalog of Gaumont, through an exhibition, a concert and a series of screenings of a rare singularity.
This immersive experience transcends the boundaries of art, subtly harmonizing music with the seventh art. The gallery offers an unprecedented experience, where the melodic vibrations blend delicately with the moving images. Thus, Chassol brilliantly reveals the very essence of cinematic beauty !
The Gaite Lyrique – 3bis Rue Papin, 75003 Paris
“ALAÏA / GRÈS, Beyond fashion” at the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation
In the silence of their workshops, Madame Grès and Azzedine Alaïa, like sculptors, pursued an artistic quest devoted to sewing. Mrs Sandstone, discreet and determined, has sublimated the art of draping, whileAzzedine Alaia, having studied sculpture at the School of Fine Arts of Tunis, brought his unique vision to the cut. Their common ambition has never been altered by the world of fashion, but rather magnified, placing them as pillars of fashion history.
This unpublished exhibition brings together, for the first time, the creations of Madame Grès and Azzedine Alaïa, exploring their formal principles, their research on cuts, the harmonies of fabrics and colors that they share. Evening and day dresses of these two couturiers invite the visitor to a timeless lesson beyond trends. THE 60 creations exhibited bear witness to the dialogue between Sandstone and Alaïa, two tenacious artists who have become master fashion sculptors, each in their own way.
Azzedine Alaïa Foundation – 18 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris
“Scents of the Orient” at the Institute of the Arab World
Du September 26, 2023 to February 11, 2024, Arab World Institute offers an extraordinary adventure. A bewitching exploration at the heart of the perfumes of the Orient and their captivating history. It's a exhilarating journeyWhere ancient and contemporary works mingle harmoniously, enriched by smelling devicescaptivating scents and scents exclusively created by the master perfumer Christopher Sheldrake.
This exhibition offers an abundance of fascinating elements, including manuscripts, textiles, paintings, photographs and nearly 200 other works of art. Each fragrance and balm exposed testifies to the way in which perfume permeates Arabic traditions, thus perpetuating a history as old as time itself.
Institut du Monde Arabe – 1 Rue des Fosses Saint-Bernard, 75005 Paris
Mark Rothko at the Louis Vuitton Foundation
This unique exhibition is the first retrospective in France dedicated to the painter mark rothkosince 1999 at the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. From October 18, 2023, the Foundation brings together some 115 works within its museum. They come from the largest institutional collections, in particular from the Washington National Gallery of Art, the Tate in London and the Phillips Collection in Washington, and major international private collections including that of the artist's family! Finally, following a chronological route, the exhibition retraces the artist's entire career since his first figurative paintings to the abstraction which defines his work today.
Louis Vuitton Foundation – 8 Av. du Mahatma Gandhi, 75116 Paris
“Paris lights up: the bridges of Paris at night”, at Paris City Hall
Would you like an outdoor photo exhibition in the heart of Paris? From October 16 to November 30, 2023, will be the perfect opportunity to admire the black and white photos of the magnificent capital as well as its majestic bridges on the gates of the Town Hall. For five years, the author of the exhibition and American photographer, Gary Zuercher, traveled the capital armed with his camera. At night, he captured the nocturnal life of the bridges and their intense light against the black of the river. Today, the artist decides to highlight certain architectural jewels of the city through different exceptional photos and to show them to everyone!
Hôtel de Ville – Pl. de l’Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris
Amedeo Modigliani at the Orangery Museum
Take advantage of the last fine days of the season in the Tuileries Garden. Amedeo Modigliani and Paul Guillaume settle in Musée de l'Orangerie from September 20 to January 15. This exhibition recounts the crossed destiny of the two men, an artist and a dealer. The Italian painter meets Paul Guillaume in the heart of Montmartre and it is in a hidden studio that he will create his most beautiful pieces. The exhibition traces history by presenting paintings such as the "Woman with the Velvet Ribbon". A very Parisian and cosmopolitan visit not to be missed.
Orangery Museum – Jardin des Tuileries, 75001 Paris
“The Regency of Paris, The Dawn of Enlightenment” at the Carnavalet Museum History of Paris
The Carnavalet – History of Paris museum presents an exhibition dedicated to the Regency, a forgotten period of history which marks the return of the king and political, economic and cultural life in Paris. From October 20, 2023 and until February 25, this exhibition is part of the commemoration of the tercentenary of the disappearance of the Regent. Thus, its thematic structure highlights the innovations of the period to measure their historical significance.
More than 200 works: paintings, sculptures, graphic works, decorative elements and pieces of furniture, from public and private collections, allow you to explore this extraordinary period in history. Finally, you will have the opportunity to realize the changes in society at a time when Paris is establishing itself as the cultural capital of France, and this in a lasting way!
Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris – 23 Rue de Sévigné, 75003 Paris
Treasures in black and white at the Petit Palais
Du September 12 to January 14, the black and white universe is honored at the Petit Palais. It is a very particular style which is presented, that of the print. This ancient technique gives rise to singular and original works. The exhibition highlights the greatest artists of this style, such as Toulouse-Lautrec or Auguste Renoir. These are only 2 names among the 45 artists which are exposed. It's a real ride through different painting techniques and through the ages. A digital part is also present, the ideal opportunity for the most gamers to use the interactive tablet to create their own print! It is also the perfect opportunity to discover the gardens of the Petit Palais and to offer you a gourmet snack in this exceptional place.
Petit Palais – Av. Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Gertrude Stein and Pablo Picasso at the Luxembourg Museum
For the 50th birthday of the death of the famous painter Pablo Picasso, le Luxembourg Museum offers an exhibition on two icons of the XNUMXth century: Pablo Picasso and Gertrude Stein. From September 13 to January 28, visitors will be able to experience more than a century of art through poetic, musical and graphic works. Great figures will also be exhibited, such as Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse or even Bob Wilson. The friendship between Stein and Picasso, a poet and a painter, is perfectly represented through this exhibition. An appointment not to be missed for all XNUMXth century art lovers.
Luxembourg Museum – 19 Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris
Nicolas de Staël at the Museum of Modern Art
Du September 15, 2023 to January 21, 2024, the prestigious Paris Museum of Modern Art invites you to an exceptional cultural experience! Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the iconic Nicolas de Staël. A key figure in French post-war art. With a rare elegance, this exhibition invites you to explore an artistic retrospective of exceptional scope, devoted to this genius of colors and shapess. It reveals little-known aspects of his career and unveils artistic treasures rarely accessible to the general public.
The exhibition thus recounts a unique journey, in the presence of an exquisite selection of nearly 200 paintings. Drawings, engravings and notebooks, from the most prestigious collections in Europe and the United States. This exceptional event is an exclusive opportunity for art enthusiasts to admire the legacy of a visionary artist, who was able to sublimate emotions through his unique creations. The finesse of his work, between control and audacity, will lead visitors into a world full of beauty and depth. An exhibition not to be missed!
Paris Museum of Modern Art – 11 Avenue du President Wilson, 75116 Paris
“Fashion in motion” at the Palais Galliera
Le Galliera Palace questions the relationship between fashion and sports. This chronological exhibition is to be discovered from June 16, 2023 to September 7, 2025. This extraordinary exhibition brings together approximately 200 works unpublished presenting the history of fashion since the XNUMXth century. On your way, you will surely find pieces loaned exceptionally by the National Sports Museum (Nice). The Forney Library (Paris). CHANEL Heritage. The Emile Hermès collection. THE Rykiel Creation. Or the Japanese house Yohji Yamamoto.
The route of the exhibition highlights a vision on fashion over the centuries, its trends, its silhouettes… But also a look at the democratization of sport. Do not hesitate any longer, and visit this unusual exhibition !
Galliera Palace – 10 Av. Pierre 1er of Serbia, 75116 Paris
– FORMES – the Yves Saint Laurent exhibition
Shapes offers a contemporary perspective on the work of the famous couturier Yves Saint Laurent. In collaboration with the artist Claudia Wieser, this exhibition takes a artistic dimension outstanding. Thanks to an innovative layout, Claudia Wieser establishes a fascinating dialogue between the iconic textile pieces by Yves Saint Laurent and graphics from the museum's collections.
Through a careful selection of close of forty models, ranging from haute couture to ready-to-wear, including accessories and sketches, this exhibition offers total immersion in the world of Yves Saint Laurent. Each piece is highlighted in such a way as to capture the attention visitors, who can thus appreciate the subtle details, the quality of the craftsmanship and the stylistic innovation that have made the fame of the couturier.
The linking of the creations of Yves Saint Laurent with the decorations and works of Claudia Wieser creates a single resonance, harmoniously blending shapes, colors and textures. This artistic combination gives rise to a immersive experience which transcends the boundaries of fashion, inviting visitors to reflect on the relationship between art, fashion and contemporary culture.
Yves Saint Laurent Foundation – 5 Av. Marceau, 75116 Paris
Takashi Murakami at Le Bourget
In the heart of Le Bourget, in the gagosian gallery, are currently the works of the artist Japanese Takashi Murakami. Until December 22, the colorful universe of the artist is exhibited under the name of “Understanding the New Cognitive Domain”. Many colorful works will propel visitors to the other end of the globe, right in the heart of japanese island. Giant paintings, sometimes up to 23 meters long, bear witness to the skill of the artist. This exhibition is also an opportunity to discover several paintings by “lucky cats”. It's just a walk in theAsian universe not to be missed this summer!
Paris Le Bourget Exhibition Center – Carrefour Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget
Naples in Paris at the Louvre
Du June 7 to January 8, 2024, Louvre Museum signs an exceptional partnership with the Italian Museum of Capodimonte. At the heart of the wings of the most beautiful French museum are exhibited some sixty of the most great masterpieces of the Neapolitan museum. The works presented are all more exceptional than the others. The varied production makes the moment even more pleasant. World famous works like Danae by Titian will complete your visit to the museum. This collaboration is therefore a mandatory stop during a visit to Paris. An exhibition not to be missed under any circumstances!
Louvre Museum – 75001 Paris
The Paris of Gustave Eiffel at the Cité de l'Architecture
What better way to discover an exhibition on Gustave Eiffel, in front of his most famous work? Until January 8, 2024, City of Architecture offers "The Paris of Gustave Eiffel". Facing the Eiffel Tower, this exhibition is an opportunity to look at other of his works. Like the famousstatue of liberty in new york ! This is an opportunity to unveil the different facets de l 'entrepreneur, engineer and scientist Gustave Eiffel. Many media are used to bring the works of French genius to life. Photographs, digital tools, objects and models will be staged to evoke the Parisian life of Eiffel. It is also an opportunity to discover its working methods. A magic exhibition not to be missed this summer.
City of architecture and heritage – 1 Pl. du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75116 Paris
Fashion and Sport, from one podium to another at MAD
“FASHION AND SPORT, FROM ONE PODIUM TO THE ANOTHER” will be the exhibition not to be missed at Museum of Decorative Arts. Du September 20 to April 7, 2024, sport meets fashion in the perspective of Paris 2024 Olympic Games. This is an opportunity to discover the close ties that unite these two fascinating backgrounds. It is 450 pieces of clothing and accessories, photographs, posters, paintings, sculptures... which are staged in one of the most beautiful Parisian museums. Sportswear has influenced contemporary fashion in many ways and it's thanks to figures like Jean Patou, Jeanne Lanvin or Gabrielle Chanel that this exhibition sees the light of day.
Today jogging and sneakers have become for some, high-end and essential pieces of fashion. This is the case with brands like Balenciaga or Off-White which highlight sportswear in their collections. Of course, we must not miss all thehistory of LacosteFamous tennis clothing brand, which has now become an essential brand.
Museum of Decorative Arts – 107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris