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Vermeer ore the aura of art

Everybody wants to see Vermeer.

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Vélazquez: The painter of painters - FINISHED

There are only a few painters like him. A few? Monet even called him “the painter of painters”.

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Venet at Versailles: rust and fury

Bernar Venet is back. And the bourgeois of Versailles are in a fury: in their eyes, the 22 meter high arcs in front of the Château

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Grand Palais: Nature and Ideal

You made it to Paris, congratulations.

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Cranach: disconcertingly beautiful

This is the first exhibition in France devoted to German painter Lucas Cranach: “Cranach and his time” at the freshly renovated Mu

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Pinacothèque: The Birth of a Museum - LAST DAYS!!

The Birth of a Museum is not one exhibition, there are actually two. Or to be precise: three.

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Revenants: Ghosts at the Louvre

Do dead men come back sometimes, somehow? This is a question as old as mankind.

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Andrée Putman: The revolution of taste

There’s nothing she didn’t do: the stunning interior of the Concorde, that was her’s.

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Simply Basquiat: In a Hungry Hurry

When Jean-Michel Basquiat burst onto the art scene in 1981, his paintings of anguished figures were hailed by some critics as work

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Kertész: "I never document"

His French colleague Henri Cartier-Bresson considered him one of the masters: Hungarian born André Kertész, no doubt, was one of t

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Boulat: This is Photojournalism

Pierre and Alexandra Boulat never had the ambition to construct what you might call an oeuvre, a body of work.

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Monet: Master of the Moment

His one and only subject was light: the light that flows through nature and objects, that can transform anything in just a few sec

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King Karl's Eye

Photos by Karl Lagerfeld? You might think you’ve seen them all because they are everywhere.

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Oh my dog!

These are quite strange portraits: dog's faces. Looking directly into your eyes.

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A Thin red line

Dynasty is a ingle exhibition, but in two locations, it shows 40 young artists, but 80 works.

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