Jadwal: Mon 12 pm - 7 pm | Wed / Thu / Sat / Sun 10 am - 7 pm | Fri 10 am - 9 pm | Tue closed
Tiket: 16 € | 14 € | 6 €
Lokasi: Gran Palais Immersif
Alamat: 110 Rue de Lyon
A fascinating journey through the works of the famous Art Nouveau artist, Alphonse Mucha is at the center of a large multimedia exhibition at the Gran Palais Immersif. A visual feast that brings the artist's iconic masterpieces to life through cutting-edge technologies and immersive installations that transport visitors to the ethereal realm of Mucha's art, where every brushstroke, curve and intricate detail is amplified and imbued with a newfound dynamism. At the heart of the Eternal Mucha exhibition are the famous works of the artist, posters and illustrations: from the enchanting series The Seasons to the fascinating poster Job, visitors are immersed in the enchanting beauty and timeless elegance they have made Mucha a true master of his craft. The show explores the artist's inspirations, his creative process and the cultural context of the Art Nouveau movement in an innovative way. Through multimedia presentations and interactive screens, visitors gain a deeper understanding of Mucha's artistic philosophy, his passion for representing the beauty of the female form, and his quest to create art that blends harmoniously with everyone's daily life.
Since the end of the 70s, Sophie Calle's works form a vast system of echoes and internal references, connected to each other like the chapters of an overall work in which Sophie Calle sometimes blurs the boundaries between the intimate and the public, reality and fiction, art and life.
Considered one of the most recognized names in the contemporary art scene, Arsham is renowned for his ability to visually transform objects into artefacts that express the power of nostalgia by merging past, present and future. In this exhibition, the artist examines and reflects on the complexity of matter and space.
A new exhibition of Mamma Andersson, a Swedish painter known for her atmospheric landscapes and portraits that incorporate Nordic folklore and scenes to narrate melancholy memories, arrives at David Zwirner's Gallery in Paris.
The Philharmonie de Paris opens its Olympic season by presenting the installation Zidane, a 21st Century Portrait of Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon in its exhibition spaces. A sound and visual experience plunges the visitor into the heart of a multidimensional and resolutely poetic football match.