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Vasarely at the Pompidou Centre - an exceptional retrospective

Vasarely at the Pompidou Centre - an exceptional retrospective

Published on 5 March 2019 in Exhibitions & Museum

The George Pompidou Centre, in the heart of the Les Halles district, is one of the capital's key places for contemporary art and is known for its innovative and large-scale exhibitions. This year, until May 6, the centre adds to its impressive reputation by presenting the first retrospective dedicated to the master and the creator of optico-kinetic art, Victor Vasarely.

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Enjoy magical moments at the Festival du Merveilleux at the Museum of Fairground Arts

Enjoy magical moments at the Festival du Merveilleux at the Museum of Fairground Arts

Published on 5 December 2018 in Exhibitions & Museum

Imagine a traditional museum: long, draughty galleries, dusty display windows, dry, lengthy descriptions – the Museum of Fairground Arts is the exact opposite! An unusual place that exudes warmth and a sense of magic, it is even more enchanting during the Festival du Merveilleux. Don't miss the chance to make this wonderful event a part of your festive celebrations.

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Don't miss the summer exhibition at the Louvre Museum!

Published on 15 July 2018 in Exhibitions & Museum

There is nowhere like the Louvre Museum with its unparalleled collections. Its exceptional works range from The Victory of Samothrace to the Venus de Milo or The Consecration of Napoleon by David. However, in addition to its permanent exhibitions, the Louvre still has some wonderful surprises in store. This summer, it's an amazing exhibition devoted to European pastels of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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Don't miss the summer exhibition at the Louvre Museum!

When a disturbance of the mind leads to fantastic artistic creations

Published on 14 October 2017 in Exhibitions & Museum

Book a stay at Hotel Les Théâtres and prepare for rare and tranquil days in a warm and comfortable setting. Speaking of rarity, if you also appreciate rare works, you may consider taking a trip to the Victor Hugo house for "Crazy in the head: the invention of the art of fools" an exhibition that takes a closer look at the mind's effect on art.  All works, without exception, are born in the mind. The mind can give birth to sumptuous achievements when it is operating at what is considered a normal level, but once an artist lets go, works of true genius may be possible.

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When a disturbance of the mind leads to fantastic artistic creations