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
Georg Emanuel Opiz | Watercolors
Location: Carnavalet, Musée
Description: At the Salon du Dessin to be held in Paris from 10 to 15 April 2013, the Carnavalet museum offers an exhibition around the work of watercolorist Georg Emanuel Opiz (or Opitz, Prague 1775 - Leipzig 1841 ). Iconic painter of Paris' tumultuous years in 1813 and 1814, you will discover the life of the capital, with its colorful characters and forgotten crafts.
Start: March 26, 2013 End: June 26, 2013
Jules Dalou, the sculptor of the Republic
Location: Petit Palais
Description: This exhibition accompanies the publication of the catalogue raisonné of sculptures by Jules Dalou in the collections of the Petit Palais in Paris. Drawing particularly on the Dalou collection, only a small part of which is presented to the public, the exhibition focuses on the artist's monumental production and his relationship with public space in Paris. Jules Dalou (1838-1902) experienced a poverty-stricken childhood in Paris, which gave way to an exi...See more
Start: April 18, 2013 End: July 13, 2013
L'école de shanghai (1840-1920). Peintures et calligraphies du musée de Shanghai
Location: Cernuschi, Musée
Description: With loans from the Shanghai Museum, the Cernuschi Museum showcases a key period in the history of the Chinese art in which painters and calligraphers gathered in Shanghai to outline a new modernity.
Start: March 08, 2013 End: June 30, 2013