To fight against the gloom that is emerging as the days get shorter, head to the museums where to enjoy the latest Parisian exhibitions. On the program, new works, fashion, and a trip to the stars. Follow the guide.
Destination Cosmos, the ultimate challenge at the Atelier des Lumières
Prepare to have stars in your eyes at this exhibition dedicated to the cosmos. L’atelier des Lumières joined forces with the Center National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) to retrace the conquest of space in images. From the first observations of the stars to the Apollo 11 mission, visitors will be surrounded by nebulae and supernovae on a unique journey through cutting-edge archives.
CineMode at the Cinémathèque
Watch out for fashion-savvy moviegoers. The CinéMode exhibition explores the links between fashion and the 7th art through the work of jean paul Gaultier. The French designer has collaborated many times with the director Pedro Almodovar. It was he who imagined the sultry dress of the actress Victoria Abril in Kika. Later, he designed the memorable costumes for the film The fifth Element of Luc Besson, nominated for the Césars in the “Best costumes” category.
The Morozov Collection, Icons of modern art at the Louis Vuitton Foundation
The glass case designed by Frank Gehry is hosting an exhibition event this season. For the first time, the extraordinary collection of the two Morozov brothers leaves Russia to settle in Paris. More than 200 works of art are presented. Among them, major pieces by French artists such as Cézanne, Renoir, Gauguin, Monet, Bonnard, Matisse, Derain. Without forgetting Van Gogh and Picasso. Excuse the little.
Georgia o’keeffe at the Pompidou Center
Georgia o’keeffe, a modernist painter who is one of the great figures of North American art of the twentieth century, is exhibited for the first time in France in a retrospective at the Center Pompidou. The opportunity to discover his work through a century of paintings, drawings and photographs. You will find there the famous white flower of the table Jimson Grass (1932) and the bright colors ofInside Canna (1919).
Thierry Mugler, Couturissime at the Decorative Arts Museum
In the 70s, Thierry Mugler becomes an independent designer for the big ready-to-wear houses in the four corners of Europe. Lover of the nightlife, he designs the suits of the Palace servers with shoulder pads and a marked waist, signature of the creator. In 2019, he created the event by designing a new piece for the first time in 20 years, worn by Kim kardashian at the Met Gala. It is this unique journey that the exhibition traces Thierry Mugler, Couturissime, dedicated to the multidisciplinary designer at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The archives, dating from 1973 to 2014, bring together silhouette, accessories, stage costumes and photographs. Thierry Mugler will no longer have any secrets for you.
Chaïm Soutine / Willem de Kooning at the Orangerie Museum
The Musée de l’Orangerie presents a dialogue between the works of Chaim Soutine, painter of the School of Paris of Russian origin and those of Willem de Kooning, American abstract expressionist of Dutch origin. This conversation, which tells about fifty works, highlights Soutine’s influence on De Kooning’s work.
Vogue Paris 1920-2020 at the Palais Galliera
Founded by Condé Nast in 1920, Vogue Paris is today the oldest French fashion magazine still published. Become a symbol of Parisian fashion, it is honored in an exhibition of 400 works that span the ages. The opportunity to see or review the most beautiful covers and photographs of the greatest, such as Horst, Helmut newton, and Peter Lindbergh.