The Grand Palais dedicates an exhibition to El Greco. Born in Crete, trained in Italy, this genius then developed his talent in Spain, using Titian’s colour, Tintoretto’s audacity and Michel Angelo’s heroic style. A retrospective of an artist traditional and modern at the same time, to discover until February 10th.
The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents Le monde nouveau de Charlotte Perriand, a leading figure of the 20th century design. The exhibition, presenting reconstitutions, pays a tribute to this architect whose work explored the links between art, architecture and design. Until February 24th.
At the Centre Pompidou, follow the pathway of some 50 works by Christian Boltanski. The exhibition Faire son temps questions on what remains after death, a macabre subject with which this major contemporary French artist deals with humor! Until March 16th.
Marche et démarche – Une histoire de la chaussure at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs questions the cultural significance of the shoe in our daily lives and explores the different styles of walking from the Middle Age to the present day, in both Western and non-European cultures. A new and surprising light on an everyday item that we thought we knew. Until February 23rd.
The Musée Jacquemart-André highlights the Alana Collection, one of the most precious and most secrete private collections of Renaissance art in the world, which is currently located in the U.S. You will admire more than 75 masterpieces by the greatest Italian artists like Fra Angelico, Lippi, Tintoretto, Veronese and many others. Until January 20th.