From Leonard de Vinci to Toutankhamon, here is an overview of the five Parisian exhibitions to be discovered imperatively in 2019.
LEONARDO DA VINCI AT THE LOUVRE from October 24th to February 24th
The most famous Paris museum will pay tribute to the genius of Leonardo da Vinci by dedicating a major exhibition to him, honoring 500 years of his death. Already an owner of several canvases of the painter, whose most famous piece is the Mona Lisa, the Louvre would like to gather most of his prominent paintings and intends to honor him with this retrospective. We are already looking forward to it.
THE COURTAULD COLLECTION AT THE VUITTON FONDATION From February 20th to June 17th
To console the end of the exhibition Basquiat, we will not miss the works of the Courtauld Collection. The exhibition will bring togethermore than 110 impressionist works that belonged tothe art collector Samuel Courtauld. Manet, Seurat, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Monet, Degas ... These pieces created by these iconic artists art are gathered for the first time in Paris making it a must see.
TUTANKHAMEN AT THE VILLETTE From March 23th to September 15th
Organized by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, this immersive exhibition will bring more than 150 pieces from ancient Egypt, including 50 that are traveling for the first time outside of Egypt. This exhibition will be a journey through time and a unique opportunity to rediscover the history of the most famous pharaohs.
THE ELECTRO PHILARMONIE From April 9th to August 11th
The Philarmonie in Paris will open the doors of "Dream Electro, Kraftwerk to Daft Punk", an enthralling retrospective that will trace the roots, success and legacy of this vast musical culture, born more than thirty years ago in the Chicago and Detroit underground nightclub’s. This exhibition dedicated to electronic music also explores the political and counter-cultural dimensions of this musical trend.
INES LONGEVIAL : ONE YEAR AT THE TOURNELLES GALLERY From March 28th to March 31th
Inès Longevial, our favorite painter of the moment will be showcased at the Galerie des Tournelles in March with "One year". After traveling the world to exhibits in cities such as Berlin, San Francisco and Los Angeles, the French painter returns to Paris. This self-produced retrospective, in which will be exposed paintings, drawings and ceramics, will reveal the painters latest works.