The 10 exhibitions of the fall not to be missed

A wind of creativity is blowing in the fall. Nature is decked out in shimmering colors, as are the venues heritage and cultural sites, which are dressed in their finest finery. In our partner institutions, time is on the move and the exhibitions invite you to travel through exceptional destinies. Transgressive art, singular destinies and know-how from distant lands: discover the 10 exhibitions of the fall not to be missed!
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CHÂTEAU DE MALMAISON - Eugène de Beauharnais, a European prince

From October 9, 2022 to January 9, 2023

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After 25 years of closure, the Château of Bois-Préau, annex of the Château of Malmaison offers itself an inauguration... imperial! This autumn, theEugène de Beauharnais exhibition retraces the fascinating life of Napoleon Bonaparte's adopted son. A collection of more than 150 works of art tells the incredible story of this prince who, endowed with an exaggerated sense of duty and honor, devoted his life to the State. Viceroy of Italy, Prince of Venice, Duke of Leuchtenberg: follow the peregrinations of Empress Josephine's son throughout Europe. And take the opportunity to be among the first to rediscover the superb Château of Bois-Préau.

PETIT PALAIS - Walter Sickert. Painting and transgressing

From October 14, 2022 to January 9, 2023

The exhibition devoted to Walter Sickert at the Petit Palais transports you to a disturbing London. The London of Jack the Ripper, of music hall shows and of the second English industrial revolution. Conceived in partnership with the Tate Britain, this major retrospective is an opportunity to plunge into the enigmatic world of this leading figure of post-impressionism in the UK. A resolutely modern work, which inspired Lucian Freud in particular.
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CHÂTEAU DE CHANTILLY-The creation of the Cabinet des livres

From October 5, 2022 to February 26, 2023

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Bibliophiles will not want to miss the exhibition at Château in Chantilly dedicated to the creation of the Cabinet des livres. Inside this jewel box lies a priceless treasure: the manuscripts of the Princes of Bourbon-Condé and the extremely rare collection assembled by the Duc d'Aumale Starting at 1850. Designed with all the ingenuity of the architect Honoré Daumet, this library, of an astonishing modernity, integrates gracefully with the original building. A sumptuous decor to elevate reading to an art form.

MUSÉE RODIN - Dream of Egypt

From October 18, 2022 to March 5, 2023

A sculptor of symbolism, Rodin was also a great lover of Egypt and reveals himself as a collector in this new exhibition proposed by the Rodin Museum. 400 selected objects, from bas-reliefs to photographs, including personal archives, reveal to visitors the dream of a modern artist. Gathered between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, they also bear witness to an era: one in which Egyptian art and culture shaped the most refined minds, thirsty for discovery. A unique look at the meeting of civilizations.
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GALLIERA PALACE - Frida Kahlo. Beyond appearances

From September 15, 2022 to March 5, 2023

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The Palais Galliera, invites you to discover one of the most moving exhibitions of the fall. In collaboration with the Museo Frida Kahlo, and for the first time in France, the artist is considered in all intimacy. It features a collection of more than 200 personal objects from Casa Azul, the painter's home. Cosmetics, clothing, correspondence ... It is an unvarnished Frida that the visitor is called to rub shoulders, to live a true visual story of his journey out of the ordinary.

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART - Oskar Kokoschka. A Fawn in Vienna

From September 23, 2022 to February 12, 2023

This exhibition at the Musée d'Art Moderne is an unprecedented retrospective devoted to the most indomitable Austrian artist of his generation, and is dedicated to liberating creativity. Playwright, poet and painter, Oskar Kokoschka is an artist resolutely turned towards the avant-garde. A portraitist of a Europe that had fallen into totalitarianism, Kokoschka took refuge in England. After the war, his paintings were a stone laid in the edifice of cultural reconstruction and reconciliation between wounded nations.
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CARNAVALET MUSEUM - Parisian women citizens!

From September 28, 2022 to January 29, 2023

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The time is definitely ripe for revolt in the fall exhibitions. TheCarnavalet Museum invites us to an ambitious historical journey towards the political emancipation of women. From revolutionary citizens to suffragettes and resistance fighters; from Olympes de Gouges to Gisèle Halimi, the Parisian woman is part of every struggle. Paintings, sculptures, photographs and archives offer a singular synthesis of the feminist struggle.

CERNUSCHI MUSEUM - Ink in Motion. A History of Chinese Painting in the 20th Century

From October 21, 2022 to February 19, 2023

The Cernuschi Museum, which has one of the most important European collections of modern and contemporary Chinese paintings, is presenting for the first time an exhibition exclusively devoted to these masterpieces, fragile treasures that cannot be permanently displayed in the light. A true journey through a China in the throes of profound change, this exhibition highlights ink painting at the crossroads of intercultural dialogue, mirroring the questions of the time since the end of the Empire and throughout the 20th century. One of the most exotic exhibitions of the fall.

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MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS - Shocking! The surreal worlds of Elsa Schiaparelli

From July 6, 2022 to January 22, 2023

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Autumn is the ideal season to break the codes and parade the colors. With the Schiaparelli exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, it is a concentrate of creativity that comes to chase away the greyness. More than 570 pieces celebrate the avant-garde and panache of the Italian designer who was a friend of Cocteau and Dalí. Perfume bottles, jewelry, photographs, sculptures... Schiaparelli is revealed from every angle!

JACQUEMART-ANDRÉ MUSEUM - Füssli, between dream and fantasy

From September 16, 2022 to January 23, 2023.

What if this season, you were to escape? The Musée Jacquemart-André offers us, with the Füssli exhibition, a journey to the land of dreams. In the work of the British painter, Shakespearean themes take us into a phantasmagorical universe, both frightening and captivating. A striking and paradoxical art, at the origin of the dark romanticism and which comes to question the meanders of our subconscious.
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And to make sure you don't miss any of the fall exhibitions, check out our dedicated calendar. Because art creates the event, in the blink of an eye, get a look at all the exhibitions of our partners venues . 

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