Art & Culture

Art and stage reviews and listings for Paris’s best museum exhibitions, theatres and art galleries




Critics’ choice

David Altmejd: Flux

  • Rated as: 5/5
  • Critics choice

On the way in to the David Altmejd exhibition, a portrait of the artist’s sister being devoured by a bottomless black hole greets you. This sets the tone for Altmejd's disturbing yet fascinating universe of bird-men, sculptures and transparent cubes. The Québecois artist grabs his viewers’ attention with all sorts of unexpected materials: a few balls

  1. Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 11 avenue du Président Wilson, 16e
  2. Fri Oct 10 - Sun Feb 1
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Circulation(s) 2015

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Critics choice
  • Free

This brilliant festival showcasing young European photographers brims with talent every time it comes around. Le Centquatre in the 19th arrondissement hosts the show, and the 50 selected artists are beyond handy with a camera: some opt for poetic pictures, others for journalistic or artistic styles. Discover Epectase’s series of staged acrobatic shots,

  1. 104 (Centquatre) 104 rue d'Aubervilliers et 5 rue Curial, 19e
  2. Sat Jan 24 - Sun Mar 8
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Lumières: Carte blanche à Christian Lacroix

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Critics choice

Set in the centre of the Marais between a cluster of chic modern galleries, the Musée Picasso, the MAHJ and the Carnavalet, the Musée Cognacq-Jay has long suffered from the local competition and a slightly dusty image. Dedicated to the collection of 17th-century objects and artworks of Samaritaine founder Ernest Cognacq and his wife Marie-Louise Jay, the

  1. Musée Cognacq-Jay 8 rue Elzévir, 3e
  2. Wed Nov 19 - Sun Apr 19
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Les Cahiers dessinés : l'art du dessin

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Critics choice

For the 10th anniversary of its review, unusual publishing house Cahiers Dessinés (Illustrated Books) has created a show about drawing at the Montmartre home of 'outsider art', the Halle Saint-Pierre. Emphasising the vigour of an art form that is often seen as minor, the exhibition opens with Victor Hugo brought to life by the cartoonist Chaval, followed

  1. Halle Saint-Pierre 2 rue Ronsard, 18e
  2. Wed Jan 21 - Fri Aug 14
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