Exhibition recommendation in June
Since May 19, the confinement has finally ended.
With the good weather in June, the terraces, shopping centers and cinemas are all opening, and of course, so do the museums!
Exhibitions come into our lives with the sun. So today, we are going to recommend some exhibitions that are currently available in Paris!
So are you ready for the “déconfinement”?
01 Atelier des lumières
Sujet：Dali, l’énigme sans fin / Gaudí, architecte de l’imaginaire
19/05/2020 – 02/01/2022
Address: 38 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
This time, the Atelier des Lumières de Paris offers you an exhibition of 2 excellent Spanish artists: Salvador Dali and Antoni Gaudi.
Antoni Gaudi, a Catalan architect of Spanish nationality and main representative of Catalan modernism. Salvador Dali, a Catalan painter, sculptor, engraver, screenwriter and writer of Spanish nationality. He is considered one of the main representatives of surrealism, and one of the most famous painters of the 20th century.
Through a play of materials and lights, the visitors can follow the Catalan light of a day, a reflection of spiritual illumination for the architect who succeeds in giving an artistic form to the abstract.
02 Musée d’Orsay
Sujet： Modernités suisses (1890-1914)
19/05/2021 – 25/07/2021
Address: 1 Rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007 Paris
The theme of this exhibition is “The Birth of Swiss Modernism”. About 70 paintings from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century present the important figures and events. This exhibition also gives a comprehensive review of the birth and development of Swiss modern art.
You can see that in the ten sections of this exhibition, the works of different painters can be distinguished. It will bring together and present around 70 masterpieces by different Swiss painters during this period. These masterpieces come mainly from public and private collections in Switzerland, and most of the works are exhibited in France for the first time!
03 Musee marmottan – Monet
Sujet: L’HEURE BLEUE DE PEDER SEVERIN KROYER
19/05/2021 – 26/09/2021
address: Musée Marmottan-Monet, 2 rue Louis Boilly , 75016 PARIS
The temporary exhibition – “The blue hour of peder severin kroyer” offered by the Mamadan-Monet Museum is this time one of the greatest painters of Denmark: Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909).
This is her first special exhibition in France, and this exhibition also received great support from Queen Margaret II of Denmark.
The sea and the sky, the night and the sunset under his brush, and the blue which brings extreme comfort to the vision, give visitors an unforgettable impression.
04 Musée de l’armée
Sujet：Napoléon n’est plus
19/05/2021 – 31/10/2021
Address: 129 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris
The year of 2021 marks the 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s death. To commemorate the Emperor of France, the French Military Museum has inaugurated a series of exhibitions on Napoleon.
This exhibition aims to complement our known history through archeology, medicine, chemistry and other perspectives. Across the exhibition there will also be a large number of exhibits presented to the public for the first time, which can be seen as an absolute journey through history.
Except the 4 exhibitions recommended above for you, all Paris museums will gradually be open to everyone from May 19.
We hope that everyone will be able to take some time during the weekend to enjoy the cultural life after their studies!