The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées play hosts to the La Biennale Paris and the Biennale des Antiquaires now exists at different nodal points of the Grand Palais. It was André Malraux, Minister of Culture, who brought the La Biennale Paris in the late 1950s to Parisians. This fall, the Barbier-Mueller Collection will mark half-century point of the Biennale des Antiquaires. Below are some of the other popular exhibitions, which you can see in Paris city this year.
In Musée du Louvre
When on Louvre museum private tours, make sure to catch “Drawing Greatness: the Art of Sketching in the Republic of Genoa” now running and until September 25, 2017. The exhibit assembles hundreds of works, which embody Genoa’s cultural as well as economic growth between 16th and 18th centuries. In the Rotonde Sully of the Louvre, visitors could see the works of Luca Cambiasi the Italian painter who entertained Genoa in 16th Century.
In Musée d’Orsay
The “Portraits by Cézanne” exhibit is organized by the Musée d’Orsay in association with London’s National Portrait Gallery and Washington’s National Gallery of Art. Musée d’Orsay loans portraits from each of those museums. A follow up to the “Portraits by Cézanne” will feature in both London and Washington once loaned portraits return from Paris’s d’Orsay. When on Musée d Orsay tour, you can partake in the “Portraits by Cézanne” exhibit till September 24, 2017. “The Woman with the Coffee Pot” by Paul Cézanne is one of the portraits that feature in the exhibit.
In the Palais Galliera
The “Spanish Costumes: Darkness and Light exhibit” is a part of the Palais Galliera’s Spanish Season. The exhibition opened to public way back in March at the Musée Bourdelle museum in Paris. The exhibit will come soon to Palais Galliera will be there until January next year with the launch of the works of Mariano Fortuny, the Spanish fashion designer. The second round is now running and will continue until next week in Maison de Victor Hugo.
The Maison de Victor Hugo loans collections from Madrid’s Museo del Traje, and the Museum of Costume and Ethnological Heritage for the “Spanish Costumes: Darkness and Light” exhibit in Paris.