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Les activités sportives à Paris
The French Open at Roland Garros
- From Sunday, May 25 2014 to Sunday, June 8 2014
Game, set and match!
One of the four prestigious
is nevertheless the only one to be held on
. The slow surface
, it involves both physical and technical prowess from the competitors who will...
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- From Saturday, May 31 2014 to Thursday, June 5 2014
Drive off into the sunset!
Rallye des Princesses
- a vintage and classic car rally - is now firmly established as the
Women's Automobile Event
of the year.
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Performing arts in Paris
Dinner and show at the Moulin Rouge, Paris
- All year long
The world's most famous cabaret.
Famous throughout the world for its
; immortalized in posters and sketches by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the
presents audiences with fabulous performances featuring glitz and glamour, fabulous decor,...
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Orpheus and Eurydice, opera ballet by Pina Bausch
- From Saturday, May 3 2014 to Wednesday, May 21 2014
Ballet and opera in one.
gives balletic movement to
's famous score of
Orpheus and Euridice
, triggering a dialogue between song and dance, splitting each of the principal roles.
Beyond the mythological aspects,...
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Shadows and Lights with the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, show
- Saturday, May 3 2014
Delicate and pure dance.
that almost disappeared under the repressive Khmer Rouge regime, these
express all the grace and delicacy of the guardians of the Angkor temples, perpetuating the history of
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Balanchine - Millepied, contemporary dance
- From Saturday, May 10 2014 to Sunday, June 8 2014
Two great choreographers.
With similarities and dissonances aplenty, two major French composers and two great choreographers from the
New York City Ballet
come together in this production. The choreographers are
, its founder and
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Verdi, opera: La Traviata
- From Monday, June 2 2014 to Friday, June 20 2014
Love and sacrifice.
Alexandre Dumas the younger
, Giuseppe Verdi was to immortalise
La Dame aux Camélias
in a singular masterpiece. One of the most striking female portraits of the operatic repertoire,...
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Roland Petit, ballet: Notre-Dame de Paris
- From Monday, June 30 2014 to Wednesday, July 16 2014
An intense work.
Notre Dame de Paris
is an intense, dramatic work. With his keen sense of theatricality and his taste for dramatic stories, the choreographer has adapted Victor Hugo's masterpiece,
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
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Villette Sonique festival
- From Monday, June 2 2014 to Sunday, June 8 2014
Electronic music in the park.
brings together top names on the music scene
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Jardins, Jardin at the Tuileries Gardens
- From Friday, June 6 2014 to Monday, June 9 2014
The gardening gathering in the city.
Among the elegant flowerbeds and lawns of the
" is a unique event which offers visitors the chance to learn new gardening skills and techniques within the city centre. This garden festival...
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- From Friday, June 27 2014 to Sunday, June 29 2014
Great music, for a great cause!
This is a worthy festival;
has a mission to support the fight against Aids. All the performers appear on stage out of the goodness of their hearts, and the festival is run by volunteers who aim to raise funds for people in need of...
Read more about Solidays Festival
La Villette Open-Air Cinema Festival
- From Wednesday, July 23 2014 to Wednesday, August 27 2014
Cinema under the stars.
Dates to be confirmed.
Why not enjoy the warm summer evenings with a film under the stars?
Sitting in a deck chair or lying on a blanket, both of which are available to hire, you can see great films from around the world in the
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Paris: disappeared, restored, exhibition
- From Wednesday, December 12 2012 to Wednesday, December 31 2014
Underneath the city lie traces of the past.
archaeological crypt at Notre-Dame
has undergone an extensive renovation programme. A new
dedicated to the
history of Paris
invites visitors to discover the remains preserved in the crypt, setting them in...
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Raw Vision. 25 Years of Art Brut, exhibition
- From Wednesday, September 18 2013 to Friday, August 22 2014
History of popular art.
Halle Saint Pierre
celebrating the 25th anniversary of British magazine
which was founded in 1989 by John Maizels. A link between the
, this reference...
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Voyage in Ancient Russia, exhibition
- From Friday, September 27 2013 to Sunday, May 11 2014
The far corners of pre-revolutionary Russia.
, May 3, 1909.
Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky
(1863-1944), inventor of a unique photographic process that was to render colours with fascinating precision was received by
Tsar Nicolas II
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Insights into ghettos, exhibition at the Holocaust Memorial
- From Wednesday, November 13 2013 to Sunday, September 28 2014
A closer look at ghettoisation.
The invasion of
in September 1939 marked the beginning of the Second World War. In the annexed territories to the east, the German army gathered the Jewish inhabitants in quickly overcrowded and unsanitary ghettos.
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The Great Minerals of the National Museum of Natural History, exhibition
- From Wednesday, December 4 2013 to Sunday, May 11 2014
The beauty of crystal.
For nearly 400 years, the collection of
Museum of Natural History in Paris
has been one of the most prestigious in the world. Enriched by naturalist expeditions, the main contributors to the collection, today it boasts...
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New Frontier III, Anglo-American Portraits at the time of the Revolution, exhibition
- From Saturday, February 1 2014 to Monday, April 28 2014
Father of the nation.
Part three of the series on
painting in the United States
takes a look at five
, painted at the time of the
American War of...
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Landscapes in Rome between 1600 and 1650, exhibition
- From Tuesday, February 11 2014 to Friday, May 2 2014
Ideal landscapes in Rome.
At the turn of the sixteenth century,
became a hotspot for the development of
painting, offering a diversity that inspired Italian artists but also attracted a strong foreign emulation. New approaches began to be established...
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Gustave Doré (1832-1883). The Power of the Imagination, exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay
- From Tuesday, February 11 2014 to Sunday, May 11 2014
A creative genius.
was one of the most prodigious artists of the nineteenth century. At just 15 years old he began a career as a
, before becoming a professional
- which earned him international fame. From there, he went on to...
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Aérolande, exhibition (new acquisition)
- From Wednesday, February 12 2014 to Monday, June 2 2014
A prestigious project.
In the late 1960s, three students at the School of Fine Arts -
Jean Aubert, Jean-Paul Jungmann,
group. Their projects, characterised by the...
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Henri Cartier-Bresson, exhibition
- From Wednesday, February 12 2014 to Monday, June 9 2014
An era of coverage
Ten years after
’s death, the
pays tribute to the photography-master of the 20th century. The exhibition unveils the photographer’s work in three parts.
The first part covers his beginnings and his...
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The Obelisk's Journey: Louxor to Paris (1829-1836), exhibition
- From Wednesday, February 12 2014 to Sunday, July 6 2014
The adventures of the obelisk.
National Maritime Museum
dedicated to the story of the incredible journey of the obelisk which now stands on the
Place de la Concorde
in Paris. It was given as a gift to France in 1830, and journeyed from the ...
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Night, exhibition at the Evolution Gallery in the Natural History Museum in Paris
- From Wednesday, February 12 2014 to Monday, November 3 2014
The hidden world of nighttime.
A journey into the starry sky; into a forest with its nocturnal inhabitants in full swing; and into a quiet area where sleep and dreams reign... This
invites all to explore the hidden world of the night in the
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The Impressionists in private. 100 masterpieces from private collections, exhibition
- From Thursday, February 13 2014 to Sunday, July 6 2014
Impressionism at its finest.
Marmottan Monet Museum
will be celebrating its eightieth anniversary in 2014. To mark the occasion, the museum has organised an
that traces the bequests and donations which have enriched the museum's collection over the years. The...
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Berlinde de Bruycker and Philippe Vandenberg: I need to forget everything, exhibition
- From Thursday, February 13 2014 to Sunday, May 11 2014
Belgian contemporary art.
brings together the work
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L’État du ciel, exhibition
- From Friday, February 14 2014 to Sunday, September 7 2014
Contemporary art in the clouds.
examines the fascination among artists, poets, and philosophers with the physical moral and political factors that have shaped our world. This themed season allows us to discover more than ten different visions or exhibitions which...
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Sky Under the Roof: Drawings for the Parisian ceilings of the Grand Siècle, exhibition
- From Thursday, February 20 2014 to Monday, May 19 2014
Head in the clouds.
was to undergo a profound transformation during the 17th century. Flat ceilings were abandoned for vaulted ceilings in new architectural designs and these inspired artists to create innovative pictoral approaches playing with space, adding...
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The Glossies, a century of fashion photography at Condé Nast, exhibition
- From Friday, February 28 2014 to Sunday, May 25 2014
The fashion glossies.
Elegance and seduction, excellence and aesthetics reign supreme at
. For over a century, the press group behind magazines such as
Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour
and W has played an important role in the field of
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The Black Atlantic, by Nancy Cunard. Negro Anthology (1931-1934), exhibition at the Quai Branly Museum
- From Tuesday, March 4 2014 to Sunday, May 18 2014
A documentary investigation.
Eighty years ago, on February 15, 1934, Englishwoman
(1896-1965), a pioneer of Anglo-Saxon and French anthropology in the early 20th century, published a book entitled
. This was a highly illustrated work of...
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Sacred Wood. Initiation in the Guinean Forests, exhibition at the Quai Branly Museum
- From Tuesday, March 4 2014 to Sunday, May 18 2014
An African ceremony.
On the African continent, initiations are an important moment for the individual. For some
initiation ritual plays an important role in many communities. The...
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Bill Viola, exhibition at the Grand Palais National Galleries
- From Wednesday, March 5 2014 to Monday, July 21 2014
The art of video.
From Spring 2014, the
will host an
on the work of American artist
(b. New York, 1951) is a well-known
who creates monumental
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Carl Larsson (1853-1919), the Swedish image-maker, exhibition
- From Friday, March 7 2014 to Saturday, June 7 2014