Running from March 21 until July 16, 2017, “Baroque during the Enlightenment” particularly highlights some of the most wonderful masterpieces in Paris churches which were painted between the Régence period and the French Revolution.
“Eclectic, a collection of the 21st century” features the fascinating collection of French businessman Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière, which holds approximately 40 non-western artworks, from Fang to Baule to Dogon art.
Located in the northern part of the famous Jardin du Luxembourg, until February 12th, 2017, the Musée du Luxembourg will be staging “Fantin-Latour. A fleur de peau”, a retrospective dedicated to the French artist Henri Fantin-Latour (1836 – 1904).
The exhibition sheds light on the ancient Assyrian capital of King Sargon II, in Iraq, which was irreparably damaged by ISIS; the Bamiyan site, in Afghanistan; the Umayyad Mosque, the Krak des Chevaliers, and the site of Palmyra, in Syria.
The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is home to a special exhibition dedicated to an amazing selection of some of the best paintings by the French artist Bernard Buffet (1928–1999). Under the name of “Bernard Buffet”, the exhibition which opened on October 14, 2016, will be running until February 26, 2017.
To celebrate Mexican art, until January 23, 2017, the Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais will be home to some of the most fascinating Mexican artworks.