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Arts in Paris today and much more
Most people often draw a distinction between propaganda and art, perhaps due to the negative connotations that the word 'propaganda' conjures up. In reality, however, art and propaganda are not mutually exclusive. In fact, history contains numerous accounts of art being employed by political authorities to influence public opinion on key national issues as well as to shape the collective consciousness of their subjects.
From 27 September 2017 to 02 July 2018More info
November 28th, 2017, saw the opening of an exceptional temporary exhibition at Musée d’Orsay showing an interesting variety of works by the popular painter Edgar Degas and throwing light on the book written about him by the writer and philosopher Paul Valéry, who is actually one of the painter's closest friends.
From 28 November 2017 to 25 February 2018More info
The Petit Palais Paris is organizing, in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum, in Amsterdam, an extraordinary temporary exhibition that presents works of art created by both Dutch and French artists in the period that starts from the reign of Napoleon until the beginning of the twentieth century.
From 06 February 2018 to 13 May 2018More info
It all started in 1876 when Emile Guimet was commissioned by the minister of public instruction to travel to Asia with Félix Régamey and build an extensive and diverse collection of Asian artifacts that mainly includes pieces in connexion with the religions of the Far East.
From 06 December 2017 to 12 March 2018More info
The Petit Palais des Champs Elysées will be presenting, until April 8th, 2018, "The art of Pastel from Degas to Redon", an exhibition that features a remarkable selection of pastels from the museum's collection and which date back to the second half of the nineteenth century.
From 15 September 2017 to 08 April 2018More info