Bill Viola is without doubt the most celebrated exponent of video art. For the first time, the Grand Palais will present a wide-ranging group of his works, including moving paintings and monumental installations from 1977 to today. Focusing on both intimate and universal experiences, the artist expresses his emotional and spiritual journey through great metaphysical themes – life, death and transfiguration…
The Panthéon in #Paris, a secular temple dedicated to the "great men of the republic", is playing host to the faces of thousands of unknown men, women and children.
The exhibition explores Augustus as a man and public figure through the history of art @ The Grand Palais. From Wed 19 Mar 2014 to Sun 13 Jul 2014
The show celebrates the museum's 80th birthday with 100 masterpieces, most of which have never been seen by the public. Caillebotte, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Degas, Corot, Boudin are all on the menu – a tantalising proposition.
The exhibition returns to the sources of tattooing and presents the renewed of this phenomenon in its now permanent and globalised manifestation. In so-called "primitive" societies from the Oriental, African and Oceanian worlds, tattooing has a social, religious and mystical role and accompanies the subject in their rites of passage, including them in the community...
The exhibition consists of 140 objects and artworks which present a continuous view of the aesthetic traditions of the Plains Indians, from the 16th to the 20th century, offering an unprecedented vision of these traditions.