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François Mansart (1598-1666)
The founder of a dynasty of architects, François Mansart, who was working at ...the end of the reign of Louis XIII and briefly during that of Louis XIV gave new meaning to Classical architecture.
Exhibition Keith Haring in Paris
From 19th April to 18th August 2013, in association with the Centquatre events ...venue, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris) is dedicating a major retrospective to the American Pop Art icon Keith Haring, entitled "Keith Haring, The Political Line".
Spotlight on the circus
Having inherited the legacy games of the ancient world and medieval street ...spectacles, the world of circus arts has, over recent years, proved itself more than capable of updating its techniques and forms. This is how it manages to seduce new and different audiences, enchanting children and adults alike.
A French painter and leader of Neo-Classicism in France, Jacques Louis David was ...the great proponent of a return to ancient art. Already famous under the Ancien Regime, during the Revolution he became the Raphaël of the sans-culottes", as his paintings became decidedly political.
Today's funfairs, an age-old legacy of the fairs of the Middle Ages, continue to ...arouse our curiosity, excite and entertain us, and make us dream. The term ‘fairground arts' refers to the techniques, objects, and attractions used to create this festive atmosphere… to our great delight!
The Printemps des Poètes
It’s time for poetry in March, with the literary event, Printemps des Poètes ...(“Springtime of Poets”). Thousands of events have been organised from 9 to 24 March, 2013, all over France and internationally!
"Cheveux chéris" exhibition
The "Cheveux chéris" exhibition presents a unique poetic interpretation of the ...universal and ancient subject of hair at the Musée du Quai Branly.
Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665)
The work of Nicolas Poussin marked the birth of classicism in 17th century ...French painting. It was in the country, the synthesis of nature and history, that he reached the peak of his art.
The autumn literary season
With 646 novels published between the end of August and the end of October, ...including 426 new French novels and 69 first novels, there are a host of discoveries in store for readers in this autumn's literary offerings, as well as new experiences of established authors...
Chagall at the Musée du Luxembourg in ...Paris
Through around a hundred works, the exhibition looks back at the life of Marc ...Chagall, a French painter of Russian origin who lived through the Revolution, two World Wars and a period in exile, and whose body of work tells the story of his experience, "between war and peace".