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Panorama by Eva Jospin’s at the Louvre Museum, Paris

Panorama

Until August 28, 2016, the world’s most renowned museum, the Louvre, will be holding Panorama, a contemporary architectural work of art by the famous French sculptor Eva Jospin. Exposed atop of the central fountain of the museum’s Cour Carrée, this amazing work has never been displayed, since it was created. This chef-d’oeuvre is actually a reminder of the traditional 18th-century panoramas such as Panorama of Constantinople by the French painter and panoramist, Pierre Prévost (1764–1823), which… ...

Mozart’s Opera Buffa Così fan tutte at Palais Garnier, Paris

Così fan tutte

The Opera de Paris presents a new performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s popular opera buffa: Così fan tutte. The show will take place at Paris’ leading opera house Palais Garnier, from January 23rd until February 19th, 2017. Così fan tutte was written in Italian by the prolific Italian opera librettist who also wrote The Marriage of Figaro (1786) and Don Giovanni (1787), Lorenzo Da Ponte (1749 – 1838). It is composed of two acts and was performed for the first time on 26 January 1790 on the… ...

Anatomy of a Collection: Exhibition at Palais Galliera

Until October 23rd, 2016, the Parisian museum of fashion, Palais Galliera will be presenting Anatomy of a Collection, an exhibition that spotlights on fashion from the 18th century until today. On the occasion of this exceptional exhibition, more than 100 old and rare pieces including accessories and garments are on display. Anatomy of a Collection is an opportunity for fashionistas to discover a unique picking featuring clothes recognized for being worn by popular and historical figures such … ...

American Painting in the 1930’s

Following the Stock Market Crash of 1929—also known as the 1929 Wall Street Crash—the US emerged in a 10-year severe economic depression. The negative effects were extremely dramatic and profound on all the levels, most notably the social one. As a consequence, several artistic movements were launched in an attempt to spotlight the daily conditions of the working class and the poor. From October 12th, 2016 until January 30th, 2017, the Parisian Musée de l’Orangerie will be opening American Pain… ...


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