Also Parigi in the 2024 promises a rich calendar of exhibitions.
The French capital will inaugurate a series of exhibitions, some highly anticipated, in the many museums in the city.
Among the numerous exhibitions in Paris 2024, today we recommend some that could inspire you.
Arte Povera at the Bourse de Commerce until 25 March 2025
The Arte Povera exhibition at the Bourse de Commerce celebrates the main artists, all Italian, of the artistic movement born between the 60s and 70s. Among the names on display are Giovanni Anselmo, Alighiero Boetti, Luciano Fabro, Jannis Kounellis, Mario and Marisa Merz, Giulio Paolini, Pino Pascali and many others.
Amedeo Modigliani. A painter and his dealer at the Musèe de l’Orangerie until 15 January 2024
Amedeo Modigliani is on display at the Musèe de l’Orangerie until mid-January 2024. Jewish artist of Italian origins, he first approached sculpture and then abandoned it in 1914. Painting will accompany him for the rest of his life: he paints numerous paintings dedicated mainly to the human figure alone. This practice of painting is at the heart of the relationships between the artist and his dealer, Paul Guillaume.
Chagall at Work. Drawing, Ceramics and Sculpture 1945-1970 at the Centre Pompidou until the 26th of February 2024
Chagall at Work. Drawing, Ceramics and Sculpture 1945-1970 brings together a set of works that entered the collection in 2022, thanks to donations from Bella and Meret Meyer: 127 drawings, five ceramics and seven sculptures by Marc Chagall.
These works are representative of Chagall’s post-World War II work and also offer the opportunity to enter the private world of his studio, showing the development of an entire project.
Berthe Morisot and the Art of the 18th Century at the Musee Marmottan Monet until March 3, 2024
The Musèe Marmottan Monet presents until the 3rd of March 2024 the exhibition “Berthe Morisot e l’arte del XVIII secolo”: sixty-five works from French and foreign museums, as well as private collections, can be admired. The artist’s artworks are linked to works by other artists such as Antoine Watteau, François Boucher, Jean-Honoré Fragonard or even Jean-Baptiste Perronneau.
Mark Rothko at the Foundation Luis Vuitton until April 2nd 2024
The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents the first retrospective in France dedicated to Mark Rothko. More than one hundred artworks, coming from the largest international institutional collections. Organized in chronological order in all the spaces of the Foundation, the exhibition traces the artist’s entire career: from his first figurative paintings to the abstract works for which he is best known today.
If in addition to the exhibitions in Paris you are also interested in all the other must see exhibitions 2024 in Barcelona, Madrid, Berlin, Amsterdam and London we recommend our insights: