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Exhibitions in Paris, April 2019

2019 has seen some iconic exhibitions come to Paris. From Vaserely at the Pompidou Centre to the Courtald Collection at the Foundation Louis Vuitton, we’ve seen some stunning works of art from all around the world. This April brings more wonders to the parisian art scene, including the Paris Art Fair and the much anticipated Moon exhibition at the Grand Palais. We’ve found some of the best art exhibitions not be missed this month.

Tutankhamun, the Treasure of the Pharaoh, La Villette

23rd March to 15th September 2019
This exhibition at La Villette is in partnership with the Grand Egyptian Museum, a brand new museum set to open in 2022. It provides visitors with a rare opportunity to learn more about some of the most famous pharaohs of the Egyptian era, including Tutankhamun himself, through a collection of 150 objects recovered from their tombs.
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Black Models: from Géricault to Matisse, Musée d’Orsay

26 March to 21 July 2019
This exhibition explores the representation of black subjects in art. Taking works by Géricault, Manet, Cézanne and Matisse, it looks at the relationship between painter and model and its development throughout history, from the abolition of slavery in France in 1794 to the present day. The collection offers visitors an important insight into attitudes towards race from the perspective of these world-renowned artists.
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The Moon: A Real and Imaginary Journey, Grand Palais

3 April to 22 July 2019
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first man on the moon, this exhibition explores the representation of the moon in art. Featuring both artistic and scientific dimensions, it covers the Apollo 11 mission itself through to paintings of the moon from international perspectives, and provides an opportunity for visitors to appreciate how far man has come in understanding this celestial being, and how far we still have to go.
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Oceans, Jardin des Plantes

3 April 2019 to 5 January 2020
From outer space to the bottom of the ocean, April offers a first chance to delve into a hidden world under the sea. The ocean covers 71% of the earth’s surface, and much of it remains undiscovered by humans. This exhibition features skeletons of sea life, interactive activities and fascinating displays, and provides an opportunity for visitors of all ages to learn something new. Don’t miss this one!
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Electro Dream: from Kraftwerk to Daft Punk, Philharmonie de Paris

9 April, – 11 August, 2019
This exhibition explores the birth and development of electronic music, from its roots in the nightclubs of Chicago and Detroit, to the growing numbers of new electro artists around the world. Set to the pulsating rhythms of music by Laurent Garnier, it provides visitors with a multi-sensory experience and one not to be missed!
For more information about this event, click here.

Picasso and War, Musée de l’Armée

5 April to 28 July 2019
Having witnessed several devastating conflicts in his life, including the Vietnamese war, Picasso was more influenced by world conflicts than one might imagine. This exhibition explores his art work depicting and influenced by the idea of war, showing visitors a different side to the artist’s paintings that often goes undiscovered.
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PAD: Paris Art Design, Jardin des Tuileries

3 – 7 April 2019
Design aficionados, this one is for you. This annual event brings together international exhibitors in showcasing their work through a series of exhibitions across major cities. At the Paris event, visitors will get the chance to see art, furniture, sculpture and more from various artists and designers, and experience some of the most innovative work from around the world in one stunning exhibition.
For more information about this event, click here.

Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais

4 – 7 April 2019
For 4 days only, the Paris Art Fair is coming to the Grand Palais. Visitors will discover a collection of work from 150 modern and contemporary art galleries all under one roof, with works from Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. This year’s edition also features a section dedicated to women in the art world, curated by AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions.
For more information about this event, click here.
Whether you’re a seasoned art collector, a family with kids, or just looking to learn something new, there’s something for everyone happening this month in Paris. We hope that one of these exhibitions intrigues you, and allows you to discover some new art and revisit some old.

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For more ideas, check out our list of exhibitions that started in March this year.