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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".
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!
« The Angel of the Odd » at the Musée ...d’Orsay
Calling forth the visionary creations of Goya, Fuseli, Blake, Delacroix, Hugo, ...Friedrich, Böcklin, Moreau, Stuck, Ensor, Mucha, Redon, Dali, Ernst, Bellmer, Klee and numerous other artists and filmmakers, the Musée d’Orsay is hosting the exhibition, "The Angel of the Odd", from 5 March to 9 June, 2013 in Paris.
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".
Marie Laurencin Exhibition
From 21st February to 30th June 2013, the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris is ...making history as France’s first museum to pay resounding tribute to Marie Laurencin, one of the most famous female painters of the 20th century.
The Lumière brothers
Auguste and Louis Lumière were two French engineers who invented the ...cinematographic process and gave the first public film projection in 1895. The earliest two film directors in history illuminated the popular imagination to such an extent that cinema would evolve into the art that it is today.
History of women's right to vote
French women voted for the first time on 29 April 1945, during the municipal ...elections, and then a few months later, on 21 October 1945, they took part in the national ballot.
From 12th January to 31st December 2013, Marseille-Provence 2013, the European ...capital of culture, is set to host a total of 500 events, including no less than 60 exhibitions.
French silverware and goldware
The trade of silversmith and goldsmith is one of excellence in French ...craftsmanship, which underwent continued growth in the Middle Ages and a major revival in the classical era. Later, famous businesses, the heirs of this golden age and daughters of the Industrial Revolution, took the innovation and creativity of the sector to a new high.
The ghosts of the Louvre
As part of the first Enki Bilal exhibition at the Louvre, come and discover ...“Les Fantômes du Louvre” (“The Ghosts of the Louvre”) created by the famous comic book author.
Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2012
The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony was simultaneously held in Stockholm, Sweden and ...Oslo, Norway on 10th December 2012. Highly anticipated, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to leaders of the European Union.