The Centre Pompidou is dedicating an exhibition to the American photographer Walker Evans. Recognized as one of the most important of the 20th century, he was obsessed with capturing the human misery of the working class. Through 300 photographs and 100 rare documents, the museum is bringing up a vision of America in the 1930’s. Until August 14th.
The musée du Luxembourg pays tribute to Camille Pissarro. The exhibit Pissarro à Éragny, la nature retrouvée is composed of family records, a hundred of paintings, drawings and engravings, created in Eragny-sur-Epte between 1884 and 1903, and reflexes the politic convictions and lifestyle of this unforgettable artist. Until July 9th.
The Petit Palais is presenting more than 200 French paintings, sculptures and drawings from the Horvitz Collection in Boston. The exhibit De Watteau à David – La Collection Horvitz offers an exhaustive overview of French painting and drawing from the Regency until the French Revolution. The collection has been established over the past three decades and represents the most important French collection abroad. Until July 9th.