A very rich summer in Paris for art lovers, with exhibitions of great value and famous talented artists.
On the occasion of the 80s years since ‘Guernica’ has been created, an exhibition is planned at the Musée Picasso until July the 29th; the show studies the history of the famous painting, also deepening the political vision of Pablo Picasso.
The great romantic of French art, Eugène Delacroix is protagonist for Paris 2018 at the Musée du Louvre until July the 23rd.
Monet as a precursor of Abstractism and abstract art is exhibited at the Musée de l’Orangerie until August the 20th: a parallel is drawn between the water lilies of Monet and the Abstract Expressionism of the New York school, from Pollock to Rothko and it is evident that the stylistic choice of his late works are real precursors.
Paris will also celebrate the 100th anniversary of Klimt’s death, with a “Journey to the heart of the Viennese Secession” to the Atelier des Lumières from April the 13th. Another centenary, that of Egon Schiele (died in 1918), will be remembered with an exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation from 3 October.
The heart of the biggest twentieth century masters is in Paris. Not to be missed.