Description: The two exhibitions simultaneously presented at the two sites belonging to the Pinacothèque in Paris, invite visitors to discover the development of the French Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements through one of its icons, Tamara de Lempicka. The exhibition brings together over two hundred objects in all areas of life and the arts, which in their own way revolutionized aesthetic and cultural thought. (source: pinacotheque.com)
Start: April 18, 2013 End: September 08, 2013
Chagall, Between War and Peace
Location: Musée du Luxembourg
Description: This dialectic of war and peace in the broadest sense highlights the essential aspects of Chagall’s work. By exploring the decisive episodes in his life, it helps us understand the link between his vision of the human condition and his sincere, sensitive pictorial technique, which, thirty years after his death, is still strikingly innovative. (source: museeduluxembourg.fr)
Start: February 21, 2013 End: July 21, 2013
Location: Quai Branly, Musée du
Description: At the intersection of anthropology, history of ancient and contemporary art, fashion and manners, this exhibition explores the universal theme of hair in the personal and social spheres.
Start: September 18, 2012 End: July 14, 2013
De l’Allemagne | German Thought and Painting, from Friedrich to Beckmann, 1800-1939
Description: This exhibition, comprising over two hundred works, offers a reflection on the main themes that structured German thinking from 1800 to 1939. It places artworks and their artists—including Caspar David Friedrich, Paul Klee, Philipp Otto Runge and Otto Dix—in the intellectual context of their time, and confronts them with the writings of great thinkers, chief among whom is Goethe. (source: louvre.fr)
Start: March 28, 2013 End: June 24, 2013
Design in Africa. Sitting, Sleeping and Dreaming
Location: Musée Dapper
Description: The exhibition Design in Africa reveals a world dedicated primarily to objects which support the body. The designs on show demonstrate a creativity which is in sync with the body's positions and movements, but also with symbols of decoration. Form and function interacts, providing both comfort and prestige.
Start: October 10, 2012 End: July 14, 2013