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EXHIBITION ANTONI GAUDI

Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) is an architect and creator of genius, who left his mark on Spain at the turn of the 20th century.For the first time in fifty years in France, and at the Musée d’Orsay, a large-scale exhibition is dedicated to this master of Art Nouveau.In an immersive museography, it will show the spectacular creations of this singular artist, notably presenting sets of furniture never exhibited in France.Through the few surviving drawings by the artist, models and numerous works of furniture, the exhibition will reconstruct what characterizes Gaudi.The exhibition will also endeavor to show the creative process of the architect in the midst of an exceptional local artistic profusion linked to “Modernism” or the Art Nouveau movement in Spain, supported by distinguished sponsors, anxious to distinguish the Catalonia, identity land of Mediterranean nature.Date: until July 17, 2022.Orsay Museum1 rue de la Legion d’Honneur 75007 ParisPrice: 12€Bus 73, Musée d’Orsay stationRER C station Musée d’OrsayLine 12 Solferino station

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EXHIBITION ON CHARLES RAY

A major figure in the art of our time, the American sculptor Charles Ray (born in 1953), is making cultural headlines: in dialogue with the artist, the Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection is devoting a major exhibition to him.The works of Charles Ray are part of a deep knowledge of the history of classical art and Antiquity.Whether the work is produced in steel, cement, fiberglass, polished steel, or aluminum, Charles Ray’s practice calls upon various processes, between artisanal work and cutting-edge industrial technology, always concealing its sometimes dizzying complexity. and the often very long time of its elaboration.His artistic practice places the question of space at the center of his research and offers the viewer an experience of the relationship to reality, more complex, more mysterious.The artist also has fun “making us look twice”. Even more: as much by their « strange familiarity », their ambiguity, as by their unspeakable precision that looks like prowess, Charles Ray’s works destabilize, as if under the effect of a hallucination, almost managing to shake the space around them. they, reality itself, silently bringing the observer into a form of fiction.The exhibition will end on June 06, 2022Trade exchange: 2 rue Viarmes 75001 ParisHours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.Closed Tuesdays and May 01Price: 14€Metro: line 1 station Louvre6Rivoliline 4 station Les Hallesline 7, 11 and 14 Châtelet station

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How to become a parisian in one hour

In 2001, Olivier packed his bags and left for the United States. He obtained a 6-year visa, and quickly became Maître d’Hôtel in one of the most prestigious hotels on the East Coast, in Palm Springs, Florida.With his professional experience on the other side of the world, Olivier was passionate about the cultural differences he observed between the French and the rest of the world.He then decided to write a show about Parisians because his American clients always asked him the same question: “Why are Parisians so arrogant?” “. This show is written all in English, and will be interpreted as such.After two years of writing, he presented his project to many entertainment professionals to obtain their support. Unfortunately his project is cataloged as doomed to failure. No one wants to bet on him, a choice is then necessary: ​​to create his own production company “La French Arrogance Production”.The show attracts both French and international spectators.Date: until June 30, 2022Venue: New Arrivals TheaterAddress: 24 Boulevard des Poissonnières 75009 ParisPrice from 24€Metro: line 6 and 9 Grand Boulevards stationsBuses: 85, 74, 48, 39 and 20

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MAJOR EUROPEAN TOUR FOR THE ROLLING STONES’ 60TH ANNIVERSARY

The band was formed in 1962, and hail from London, England.The original band was made up of guitarist and frontman Brian Jones (now deceased), pianist Ian Stewart (also sadly deceased), vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards.Today the group is made up of Mick Jagger, still on vocals, as well as his sidekick Keith Richards, on guitar, and Ron Wood, also on guitar.Today March 14, 2022, the legendary group announced a major European tour called Sixty, to celebrate the group’s 60th anniversary.With two dates in France. The first date will take place on July 19, 2022 in Lyon, and the second date in Paris at the Paris Longchamp racecourse on July 23, 2022, just after the Lollapalooza festival.The tour will pass through 10 countries, for a total of 14 concerts. It will begin on June 1, 2022, and end on July 31, 2022 in the mythical city of Liverpool, where another great rock group, the Beatles, is from.Places: Longchamps racecourse in Paris.Address: 2 Routes des Tribunes 75016 Paris.Price: from 56.50€ to 342.50€Bus line 43 – Hippodrome de Longchamps station.2 shuttles will be available: one leaving from Porte Maillot and one from Porte d’Auteuil.

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MACHU PICCHU AND THE TREASURES OF PERU

For the first time, the City of Architecture and Heritage is exhibiting 190 original pieces, on loan from one of the largest museums in Peru.You will be able to discover frontal headdresses, funerary masks, imperial outfits, silver crowns and one of the most impressive collections of gold ever exhibited.Beyond the traditional exhibition of remarkable archaeological objects, the exhibition is a real immersive experience in the universe of the societies of ancient Peru, which for more than 3000 years shaped the great history of the Andean civilization.The City of Architecture and Heritage also offers augmented reality, which allows you to integrate visual and audible digital content (texts, images, videos, 3D animated objects). It also makes it possible to combine virtual and real objects, while reality literally allows the visitor to enter a monumental and virtual environment.The experience thus offers the very first expedition to Machu Picchu in virtual reality.From April 16, 2022 to September 04, 2022City of Architecture and HeritagePalais de Chaillot, 1 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre 75116 ParisMetro lines 6 and 9, Trocadéro station.Opening: Wednesday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.La Cité is closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25thPrice: 9€

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THE CHAMPOLLION ADVENTURE, IN THE SECRET OF HIEROGLYPHICS

On the occasion of the bicentenary of the decipherment of hieroglyphs, the François Mitterrand Library offers you an exhibition which focuses on the figure and discoveries of Jean François Champollion (1790-1832), father of Egyptology.Barely 32 years old at the time, the young scientist exhibited his luminous interpretation of the graphic system of the ancient Egyptians.Champollion thus offers the world knowledge of the names of the pharaohs who built the pyramids, the deciphering of the books of the dead found in the tombs and the understanding of a lost language and literature.The exhibition includes nearly 350 pieces (manuscripts, prints, photographs, papyri, etc.), from the collections of the BNF and from exceptional loans, in particular from the Louvre Museum and the Egizio Museum in Turin. They will introduce the public to the “Champollion method”, and bring life back to a civilization that still fascinates today.The exhibition also reveals the figure of the father of Egyptology but also of the man who was Champollion, his ardor, his immense curiosity, his temperament as well as his literary qualities.From April 12, 2022 to July 24, 2022.Francois Mitterrand LibraryQuai Francois Mauriac 75706 ParisLine 6 station Quai de la GareLine 14 Library François Mitterrand station.RER C station Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand.Price 9€

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Gallen-Kallela : Myths and nature

From March 11, 2022 until July 25, 2022, the Jacquemart-André museum is honoring the works of the Finnish painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865-1931). Nearly seventy works will be presented there. From private and public collections, including exceptional loans from the Gallen-Kallela Museum in Espoo, Finland.This time, the exhibition will retrace his entire career, on the theme of nature and the Finnish landscape.The last major exhibition dedicated to him, in 2012, was organized by the Musée d’Orsay, which allowed the Parisian public to discover his entire career, thus contributing to the dissemination of Finnish art outside its borders.The exhibition aims to reveal in greater depth the question of man’s relationship with nature.Price: 30€Address: Jacquemart-André Museum – 150, Boulevard Haussmann75008 ParisHours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.Metro: lines 9 and 13 stations Saint-Augustin, Miromesnil or Saint-Philippe du Roule.

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