For the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s birth, the Musée du Louvre holds an unprecedented retrospective of the painter and unveils the largest collection in the world of da Vinci’s paintings and 22 drawings. Bookings are compulsory. Until February 24th.
The Musée de l’Orangerie puts the spotlight on Félix Fénéon. Art critic, publisher and also collector, he was an unconditional supporter of Neo-Impressionism, Fauvism and Futurism. The modern times, from Seurat to Matisse reveals paintings and drawings by Seurat, Signac, Bonnard and Matisse, of whom he was particularly fond. Until January 27th.
Futur, ancien, fugitif is the new exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo. Gathering 44 artists born between 1930 and 1990, it depicts a current, vast, and complex French scene. Until January 5th.
Newly reopened, the Musée d’Art Moderne welcomes a retrospective of the painter Hans Hartung. As an abstraction pioneer, he invites you to observe the wealth of his technical innovations through 300 works of art. Until March 1st.
Meet Charlie Chaplin at the Philharmonie de Paris. Rediscover the work of this master of silent film and his close relation to music, dance, rhythm, sound and the illusion of speech. Until January 26th.