4 good CSR reasons to organize your next BtoB event outside Paris
- March 22, 2023
The year 2023 has many surprises and great events in store for all art and culture lovers. Ne offer you a review of the spring programming in our partner institutions.
From March 29 to August 27, 2023
For Philippe Starck, Paris has always been the setting for numerous creations: interior and exterior architecture, venues , restaurants, hotels, museums, venues of cultures, public transportation and train stations, boutiques, as well as numerous everyday objects to serve and/or pay homage to Paris and Paris ians, such as street furniture, the Photomaton booth or the Olympic medal.
"Paris is pataphysical" is an itinerary that travels between public spaces and tourist sites, venues of power, and spaces of sociability with recourse to the imaginary and shifted explanations of pataphysics which designates the science of imaginary solutions.
A poem exhibition, an original and surprising journey, oscillating between reality and imagination.
From March 7 to July 16, 2023
1997 is a decisive year in the history of contemporary fashion.
Both the consecration of the fashion of the 1990s and the hinge towards the new millennium, 1997 saw afrantic succession of collections, shows, appointments, inaugurations and events that drew the fashion chessboard as we know it today, so much so that 1997 could be considered the launch of the fashion of the 21st century. It was also the year that Paris regained its place as the international capital of fashion, with the entry into haute couture of the star designers of the 1980s.
Among these designers were Jean Paul Gaultier and Thierry Mugler, while a new generation of British designers took over historic French houses, such as Alexander McQueen at Givenchy and John Galliano at Christian Dior, and young artistic directors who were not well known at the time emerged, either alone or at the head of major houses: Hedi Slimane, Stella McCartney, Nicolas Ghesquière, Olivier Theyskens... Names that are still shaping today's fashion.
From March 31 to July 16, 2023
The Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris presents the first major retrospective devoted to Anna-Eva Bergman (1909-1987), a free-spirited and visionary Norwegian artist relatively unknown in France, but a key figure in post-war painting, whose plastic work, characterized by the use of gold or silver leaf, is a powerful celebration of the beauty of nature, of the landscapes of the North and the Mediterranean.
The exhibition Anna-Eva Bergman, Journey to the Interior brings a decisive light in the rediscovery of this major artist by proposing a panorama of all her production.
DApril 14 to August 27, 2023
Mythical interpreter of the greatest playwrights such as Racine, Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Edmond Rostand, the "Divine Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923) was also a visual artist recognized by her peers, such as Gustave Doré, Louise Abbéma or Alfons Mucha.
The exhibition will trace the life and career of this "sacred monster", a term coined for her by Jean Cocteau, through more than 400 works, and will also present lesser-known aspects of her life, such as her activity as a painter and writer, but especially as a sculptor.
From April 5 to September 10, 2023
The Musée de la Vie romantique continues its exploration of the dialogue between Romanticism and contemporary creation with the sensitive and delicate work of Françoise Pétrovitch. The artist, whose expressiveness, poetry and disturbing strangeness are reminiscent of certain principles of Romantic thought, has signed this powerful exhibition, which is traversed by the themes that are dear to her, such as the feeling of love, first feelings and nature.
The artist invests all the spaces of the museum, from the house to the workshops and the bucolic garden, to deliver his personal interpretation of two verbs of universal scope: Love and Break-up.
From March 30 to September 24, 2023
The exhibition covers more than 20 centuries of art history on the theme of the complex relationship between Art and Money, from Antiquity and its myths to today.
From the fifteenth century, when representations of metallic coins and scenes of transactions in painting multiplied, to the twentieth century, when a more intrusive reflection on the mechanisms of money appeared, through the nineteenth century, which saw its art economy disrupted by the birth of impressionism and the prominent role of the art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel, the imagination produced by artists about money is rich and permanent.
The visitor will discover several themes such as " Luxury and poverty ", " The world of finance ", "What does the artist sell?
Drom April 5 to September 17, 2023
The exhibition aims to show how hairstyles and the arrangement of human hair have been used for centuries to construct appearances. The hair, object of real fashion phenomena, reveals social and cultural codes that contemporaries know how to decipher. Body material that can be shaped at will, hair is an essential element of the staging of oneself that allows to display the adhesion to a fashion, a conviction, a protest and is a carrier of multiple meanings, such as femininity, virility, negliigence, etc...
In addition to the themes inherent to the history of hairstyling (wigs, hairpieces, baldness, coloring, etc.), the exhibition also explores issues related to facial and body hair.
It deals with the trades and know-how of yesterday and today - barbers, wigmakers, hair dressers, ladies' hairdressers - and their emblematic figures such as Léonard Autier (Marie-Antoinette's favorite hairdresser), Monsieur Antoine, Maria and Rosy Carita, Alexandre de Paris .... Endally, the works of Alexander McQueen or Martin Margiela, to name but a few, reveal that hair can be an extraordinary material in contemporary creation.
From March 16 to September 3, 2023
Jacques Doucet (1853-1929), a famous fashion designer and patron of the arts, was also one of the most important collectors of his time. A selection of drawings, photographs and archival documents held at the INHA retraces the history of this prestigious heritage.
The exhibition unveils the ephemeral decorations of thePrivate Mansion located on rue Spontini in the XVIe arrondissement that Doucet had specially built to house this collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, furniture andobjets d'art from the XVIIIe century. It highlights the works that belonged to Jacques Doucet, which are kept in the Nissim de Camondo Museum, formerly Private Mansion of Moïse de Camondo, thus creating a link between these two great collectors.
From February 18 to May 28, 2023
Take up the challenge of the energy transition and take a stand in the contemporary debate thanks to Citéco's next immersive and playful exhibition!
In " Energy, so Watt? "your political responsibilities will lead you to make decisions to respect the international commitments of the States and achieve carbon neutrality.
These are some of the questions you will have to ask yourself to answer the complex and global issue of energy sobriety. An exhibition where you will discover your governance profile and which may make you want to act!
DOctober 21, 2022 to May 21, 2023
The exhibition Top Secret explores the intertwined relationships between espionage and cinema, reflecting the scope and vitality of a subject that unfolds as much in a history as in a world geography. The epicenter of espionage intrigue is constantly shifting and reconfiguring, from the divided cities of Europe (The Kremlin LetterJohn Huston, 1970) to the Middle East (the Office of Legendsseries created by Eric Rochant), today putting forward renewed intelligence strategies, characteristic of the post-September 11 security world, whose impact on the mise en scène generates new codes and new faces.
From April 13 to July 18, 2023
The exhibition unfolds thegourmet history of the capital and highlights the role of gastronomy in the service of Paris, over a period ranging from the Middle Ages to the present. Paintings, manuscripts, illuminations, tableware and original menus, on loan from the BnF, the Louvre, Carnavalet and the château of Fontainebleau, will be presented in theformer refectory of the Palais de la Cité, near where the banquet of Charles V was prepared in 1378.
December1, 2022 to April 14, 2023
Through a selection of masterpieces from the Mengdiexuan collection, this exhibition illustrates more than three thousand years of goldsmithing in China. Presented to the European public for the very first time, these ornaments and jewels are an ode to art, but also to science. The exhibition explains the particularities and properties of gold, a material that has always been prized by the rich and powerful, and also addresses the different techniques used to create these works while revealing the meaning of the symbols displayed. Thanks to these treasures, it is thus the History and the culture of China that we discover.
December1, 2022 to April 14, 2023
2022 marks the 60th anniversary of the first Yves Saint Laurent collection under his own name as well as the 5th anniversary of the Yves Saint Laurent Paris Museum. On these occasions, the anniversary exhibition GOLD explores the golden touches that ran through the designer's work.
The exhibition GOLD, The Golds of Yves Saint Laurent explores gold through forty haute couture and ready-to-wear dresses, a selection of accessories and objects, and display cases composed entirely of jewelry, an essential part of the Yves Saint Laurent silhouette. From the very first buttons on the coats to the entirely golden dresses, no collection escapes the designer's "golden" touch. All materials lend themselves to these sparkles: brocades, lace, lamé, sequins, leather, embroidery, fabrics, jewelry, perfume, gold sparkles ...
From June 3 to October 1, 2023
A successful artist of the first half of the 19th century, Ingres was an unclassifiable and often visionary painter. Behind his apparent classicism lies a unique freedom and style that still fascinates today.
With the advent of the July Monarchy (1830-1848), Ingres found in the Orleans family a strong support and a favorable environment that allowed him to produce some of his greatest masterpieces.
Coming from national and international collections, paintings and drawings commissioned or collected by the Princes of Orleans will be brought together in Chantilly, alongside their studies and variants. They will allow us to understand the long and methodical work of one of the greatest French painters, artist of princes and prince of artists.
From December 16, 2022 to April 30, 2023
This exhibition presents a private collection of boxes from the last third of the 19th century. Everyday objects as futile as they are useful, these "boxes" tell us surprisingly more than we might imagine about the art of living in France at that time. Beyond their mere aesthetic value, they are part of the external signs of appearance and are, at the same time, the expression of a know-how, the mirror of a way of life and the reflection of a civilization. They reveal the tastes, the occupations, the daily intimacy of a bourgeoisie which enters then of full foot in the consumer society.
From October 22, 2022 to July 2, 2023
Whether human or animal, mummies are windows to the past. Proposing a reflection on the diversity of beliefs, symbolism, funerary rites and techniques of conservation of bodies to which they refer, this unique exhibition questions our relationship with the passing of time and death.
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