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Exhibition of November in Paris
It's fall and that says autumn, said renewal of exhibitions and cultural season in the French capital! The institutions have bet strong and numerous exhibitions in Paris are not to be missed! The Terrass' Hotel offers a selection of exhibitions in Paris to visit in November.
- Magritte at the Centre Pompidou: René Magritte is back at Beaubourg since his last exhibition in this place dates back to 1979. This retrospective "The treachery of images", brings together more than a hundred works of the artist whose each paintings is a mixture of philosophy and poetry. These are the puzzles and riddles with a philosophical scope in the heart of his works that have brought fame to this meticulous and passionate artist. At the heart of this retrospective figure 5 key themes of Magritte's universe: fire, shade, curtains, words and body split.
What? Magritte "The treachery of images".
Where ? Centre Pompidou, Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris
When? 21 September 2016 to 23 January 2017 Open from 11am to 9pm every day except tuesday. Thursday evenings until 11pm.
Prices ? Full price € 14.
- Coluche at Hôtel de Ville : The city of Paris pays homage to this great French comedian. This exhibition in Paris, recounts in pictures, videos and objects, the special life of Coluche who tragically passed away in 1986. This "always rude never vulgar" artist began his career at Café de la Gare where he became famous with his recognizable dungarees. Loved or hated, Coluche presents itself in 1981 to the presidential election and is distinguished by its outspoken. Then he takes on the fate of poor by denouncing the precariousness of thousands of people and created the "Restaurants of the Heart".
Where ? Hôtel de Ville, 5, rue Lobau, 75004 Paris
When? October 6, 2016 to January 7, 2017, daily from 10am to 6:30pm except sundays and holidays.
Prices ? Free
- Hergé exhibition at the Grand Palais: Hergé was awarded an exhibition at the Grand Palais as an artist and not only the father of "Tintin". Georges Remi aka Hergé is known to have taken up the American style of comics and became "the father of the European comic strip." Author of the 24 Tintin albums, they have sold over 250 million copies worldwide! However the exhibition is not just about "Tintin" but includes works from his private collection as well as commercials in which he participated. On Tintin side, we can discover his latest unfinished album of Tintin "Tintin and Alph'Art" and the sketches of the birth of "L'affaire Tournesol".
What? Hergé exhibition
Where ? Grand Palais, 3 Avenue du General Eisenhower 75008 Paris
When? September 28, 2016 to January 15, 2017.
Outside school holidays: every day except tuesday, from 10am to 8pm and night until 10pm on Wednesday.
School holidays (from 18 December 2016 to 2 January 2017): Saturday, Sunday, Monday from 10 am to 8pm. Night Wednesday, Thursday and Friday until 10pm
Prices ? Full: € 13; Reduced: € 9
- Oscar Wilde at the Petit Palais: This is an exceptional retrospective that takes place in the Petit Palais. This "absolute impertinent" Irish was known as a writer of the famous novel "The Picture of Dorian Grey" and numerous plays and poems. Dandy Victorian era and homosexual, Oscar Wilde was forced into exile for "immorality" and fled to France where he found a second home. Today is his second home makes him honor and offer us an exhibition in Paris, at the Petit Palais, which includes photographs, drawings, personal items and personal correspondence.
What? Oscar Wilde, the absolute impertinent
Where ? Petit Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
When? September 28, 2016 to January 15, 2017. Open tuesday to sunday from 10am to 6pm - Night on friday until 9pm
Prices ? Full price: € 10, Concessions: € 7 and free for children under 18 years old