If you are a fine arts lover, visiting Paris in March offers you a chance to explore some of the best exhibitions starting next month. Below is a compilation of a few exhibits alongside venues and important dates, which you can catch when on a Paris city tour the next month.
Exposition – Delacroix at Louvre Museum
Musée du Louvre, in collaboration with Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, will display the works of Eugène Delacroix from March 28 until July 23, 2018. The monographic exhibit devoted to the renowned French artist will display 180 artworks including drawings, paintings, and prints in a bid to recount his major works. When on Louvre museum private tours anytime soon, visit the Hall Napoléon under the pyramid in the main courtyard.
Guernica Exhibit at Musée Picasso
The Parisian branch of the Picasso museum, in collaboration with the Reina Sofia Museum, will host an exhibit centered on ‘Guernica’, from March 27 until July 29, 2018. The museum in Madrid has been preserving Pablo Picasso’s ‘Horse Head’, since 1992. It will loan the 1937 painting alongside many of its associated sketches and postscripts to Musée Picasso in Le Marais district.
Kupka Exhibit at Grand Palais
The museum situated at Champs-Élysées avenue will exhibit the works of Czech painter František Kupka from March 21 to July 30, 2018. Grand Palais collaborates with Centre Pompidou in Paris, Ateneum Art Museum in Finland, and National Gallery in Prague for the Kupka exhibit. The Parisian museum will display around 300 artworks of Kupka including abstract paintings, drawings, and so forth across different sections to admirers of fine arts. After the French Capital, the exhibit will unfold in the art gallery in Prague from September this year until January 2019, and to the Helsinki museum from February until May next year.
Take a Breath Exhibit at Galerie Guigon
The gallery in Paris’s Bastille district will invite over a dozen artists to display contemporary and urban artworks from world over. The event centered on the theme of breathing is organized by Hanna Quaziz, who organized art projects at the Malakoff Reserve and Le Lab 14 and owns an arts agency. Some of the indigenous arts, which will be displayed in the art gallery in Paris city, would comprise of street arts similar to an artist nicknamed Popay.