Must-see 2024-2025 Paris Exhibits

IImpression, Sunrise by Claude Monet painted in Le Havre
Jeu de Paume
Eugène Boudin Vaches au pré au bord de la mer
The Louvre Pyramid
Press release

Preview of ongoing shows and below, a pdf of the full list including upcoming exhibitions.

Brancusi | Centre Pompidou - Through July 1, 2024

“An exceptional exhibition in the form of a tribute to the father of modern sculpture”. Constantin Brancusi has never been the subject of an exhibition on such a scale. An ensemble of nearly two hundred sculptures, along with photographs, drawings, films, archives, tools and furniture from the studio will be exhibited. One of the last exhibitions before the Centre Pompidou closes for renovations for 5 years

Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism | Musée d'Orsay - Through July 14, 2024

“What exactly happened in Paris in that spring o f 1874, and what sense should we make today of an exhibition that has become legendary?” 150 years ago, on April 15, 1874, the first impressionist exhibition opened in Paris called “Hungry for independence” impressionism was born. To celebrate this anniversary, Musée d’Orsay is presenting some 130 works of Monet, Degas Renoir, Cézanne, Sisley, Morisot and Pissarro. The exhibit will then travel to Washington DC to be shown at the National Gallery of Art from September 8, 2024 to January 20, 2025 under the name “Paris 1874: The Impressionist Moment”

MATCH. Design & Sport | Musée du Luxembourg - Through August 11, 2024

To mark the Paris 2024 Olympic Games the Musée du Luxembourg is holding this exhibition which examines the future of design and sport. The show also looks at how the sporting world has continued to inspire top designers particularly in sectors including the automotive and ready-to-wear industries. The Musée du Luxembourg, a fascinating museum, is managed by the French Senate since 2000.

Matisse, L'Atelier rouge | Fondation Louis Vuitton - Through September 9, 2024

In his 1911 painting "L'Atelier rouge," Henri Matisse showcased a number of his own paintings and sculptures, creating a living portrait of his art. "L'Atelier rouge" is on loan from New York’s MOMA. This exhibition reunites the artworks shown in The Red Studio for the first time since they left Matisse’s studio in Issy-les-Moulineaux (south of Paris). The exhibition delves into the origin and history of the renowned masterpiece.


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