Christmas in Paris: exhibitions that you have to see

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After my post with the exhibitions to see in Austria and Germany, another post with my ideas for a Christmas in France.
The most beautiful exhibitions to see in Paris.

READ ALSO: Christmas time in Rome: what to see and Christmas time 2016 in Milan.

The Age of Anxiety – The 1930’s were decisive in more ways than one for a modern art scene coming to the fore in the United States, at a particularly complex moment in its history when there could be no cut-and-dried definition of American modern art.

From 12 October 2016 to 30 January 2017
Musée de l′Orangerie, Paris

Grant Wood | American Gothic

Grant Wood, American Gothic 1930.

Picasso-Giacometti – The « Picasso-Giacometti » exhibition, organized in partnership with the Fondation Alberto et Annette Giacometti in Paris, brings to light the formal relationships, whether friendly or iconographic, that sustained these two major twentieth-century artists. This dialogue, conceptualized from the collections from the Musée Picasso and the Fondation Giacometti, confronts the approach that Picasso and Giacometti display in their multidisciplinary areas of creation

October 4, 2016 – February 5, 2017
Musée Picasso Paris


Oscar Wilde. Insolence Incarnate – The Petit Palais is delighted to be presenting the first major exhibition in France devoted to the famous writer Oscar Wilde (Dublin 1854 – Paris 1900). the Petit Palais will retrace the life and work of this ardent francophile and speaker of perfect French through more than 200 remarkable exhibits, some never shown before: manuscripts, photographs, drawings, caricatures and personal effects.

28 September 2016 to 15 January 2017
Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris


Magritte. La trahison des images – The exhibition “Magritte: La trahison des images” offers a completely new approach to the work of the Belgian artist René Magritte. Featuring both well-known masterpieces and other less familiar works, all drawn from leading public and private collections, it offers a fresh look at one of the key figures of Modern art.

21 September 2016 – 23 January 2017
Centre Pompidou, Paris


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