Paris is waiting for us, 4 days to count! Time to share everything we know about the city of love. Last week we published a guide for the Maison et Objet and the Deco-Off, today we give an overview with things to do and the current art exhibitions Paris!
Art Galerie Christophe Gaillard
The Gallery Christophe Gaillard supports young contemporary artists while enhancing the recognized artists from the 60’s to the 90’s. Watch the current art exposition ‘A l’ombre des météorites’ by Julien Des Monstiers.
Abstract Art Galerie Lelong
More fan of abstract compositions with vibrant colors on intimate canvasses? Try the current show ‘Nouvelles estampes‘ by Etel Adnan. Love the positive feeling, get an impression of her work or put Galerie Lelong in your schedule for the weekend!
Musée des Arts décoratifs
In this amazing museum we will have the Pierre Frey party on Saturday night! Where we also will see this week’s new exposition: “Faire le mur”. Musée des Arts décoratifs is the jewel of the design week that you absolutely don’t want to miss! The exposition reveals 300 special wallpaper pieces that illustrate the many different styles from the 18th century to the present. Discover the impact of wallpaper in the history of decorative arts and view some of the largest wallpaper collections in the world ;).
Photography at Next Level Galerie
NextLevel is interesting because they represent great photographers as Martina Hoogland Ivanow. She explores the relationship between a man and nature; Circular Wait + Satellite. If you into photography, visit this exhibition, also presented in New York!
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Opened in 2014, Fondation Louis Vuitton shows modern and contemporary art. The stunning architecture by Frank Gehry is worth a visit. Check the programming to know if it’s a must-visit for this weekend, otherwise you can visit in the future…
Textures at Galerie Agnes Monplaisir
Galerie Agnes Monplaisir: “Lose yourself at the heart of the material, deeply explore an artwork in all of its aspects, let the desire and curiosity settle, those are the feelings from the exhibition.” View the work by Olga de Amaral and Marcos Coelho Benjamim to get curious too ;).
Antiques market Saint Ouen
This market, also known as “Puces“, is not a flea-market as you may think. The flea-market hosts 14 markets where you can find one of the best antiques dealers, designers and artisans in the world. An authentic and unique place to find outrageous antiques pieces and it’s open in the weekend :).
So when you have a little bit of time left during your Paris visit this week, you can grap this list and go for it! If you don’t have your restaurant addresses yet, check our list of 10 best restaurants in Paris and visit the mysterious Maison Souquet to get the real Parisian Chic feeling!
Don’t forget to take your camera, safe travels ;)!
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