Rubens - Royal portraits settles at the Musée du Luxembourg until January 14th and immerses us in the diplomatic intrigues of the 17th century. Through the works of the most famous painter of his time, the exhibition retraces Marie de Medicis’ history, her origins, her influence but also her alliances.
Fortuny, a Spaniard in Venice. Mariano Fortuny is honoured by The Palais Galliera. Through over a hundred Fortuny's workpieces, especially coming from the Museo Fortuny in Venice as he was a Venetian by adoption, the exposition reveals the full diversity of his inspiration and inventiveness (engraving, photography, furniture, lighting design …). A retrospective focused on timeless elegance. Until January 7th.
Until January 21st, the Musée du Jeu de Paume pays tribute to two artists: Albert Renger-Patzsch, one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the 20th-century photography, with his documentary style, and Ali Kazma who, through his videos, creates works that add to the complexity and enigma of the world, leading us to consider the ability of mankind to change it.