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Foujita. Peindre dans les années Folles
7 Mar - 15 Jul 2018museemaillol.com/fr/foujita
The exhibition tells the story of the unique destiny of the Franco-Japanese artist Foujita. Among friends such as Soutine, Modigliani, Zadkine, he was a star of the Années Folles in Montparnasse.
61 rue de Grenelle
31 Dec 2017
A Justin Chadwick film based on the novel Tulip Fever by Deborah Moggach.
A 17C painter falls in love with a young woman of whom he is commissioned to do a portrait. The two lovers decide to flee and start a business selling tulip bulbs, as the whole country is going crazy with 'Tulip mania' speculation. Huge fortunes are then made and lost.
Set in the very Tulip mania period, Hélène Kérillis' album Le coeur Tulipe (the Tulip Heart) tells the story of a child whose family was ruined in the tulip business. He plans a revenge. Will he ever be able to get over and beyond the bitterness? Story based on Rembrandt's painting La ronde de nuit (The Night Watch).
Lire en Polynésie
16 Nov - 19 Nov 2017www.lireenpolynesie.com
For the 17th edition of the 'Lire en Polynésie' book festival, Hélène Kérillis, author and co-founder of the Léon art & stories publishing house, will be invited to Tahiti.
The event is organised by the Association des Editeurs de Tahiti et des îles (AETI) and the Arts Centre on a theme: [vair] (representing the phonetical sound of various homonyms, synonyms, antonyms, in the French language such as: vert, vers, verre, ver, vair... simple but rich of many different meanings).
Hélène Kérillis will be presenting a new album Vert/Green illustrated by Guillaume Trannoy.
11 Oct 2017www.lovingvincent.com
Loving Vincent is the upcoming first fully-painted animated film, written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman. Based on the painter's own works, the narration is directly inspired by Vincent van Gogh's life. La Maison Soleil
Paul Klee at the Beyeler Foundation
1 Oct 2017 - 21 Jan 2018www.fondationbeyeler.ch/fr/expositions/paul-klee
Beyeler Foundation, Basel, Swizerland
This exhibition is dedicated to an almost unheard of aspect of Paul Klee's work : abstraction. During the first half of the 20C, a large number of European artists considered giving up figurative art and switching to abstract art as a key to their development.
Musiques ! Echos de l'Antiquité
13 Sep 2017 - 15 Jan 2018www.louvrelens.fr/-/musiques-echos-de-l-antiquite
Exhibition at the Louvre Lens
With music as a guide, get on board for a fascinating and original discovery tour of the major ancient civilizations: the East, Egypt, Greece and Rome.
13 Mar - 24 Jul 2017www.grandpalais.fr/fr/evenement/jardins
Grand Palais, Paris.
Gardens offer a way of looking at nature in a thoughtful attitude of mind. Ever since the Renaissance, gardening has been considered as an art in its own rights, capable of awakening all senses.
22 Feb - 22 May 2017www.louvre.fr/expositions/vermeer-et-les-maitres-de-la-peinture-du-genre-au-siecle-d-or
Le Louvre Museum, Paris.
The exhibition will give visitors an insight into Johannes Vermeer’s exquisite scenes of everyday life.
Magritte, 'La trahison des images'
21 Sep 2016 - 23 Jan 2017www.centrepompidou.fr
The exhibition unveils the artist's questioning on deceptive representations of the world and the way he dealt with treachery in his work.
Rembrandt in confidence
16 Sep 2016 - 23 Jan 2017www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com/rembrandt-intime
Jacquemart André Museum, France.
The exhibition retraces the artist’s stylistic development and highlights the intimate side of his creative process