What's on in Paris in April?

29 March 2019 | by Le Connoisseur


What's on in Paris in April?

See Le Connoisseur's picks for events in Paris this month.

Van Gogh's Starry Night @ l'Atelier des Lumières

For 35 minutes, this captivating experience will allow you to immerse yourself in the masterpieces of Vincent van Gogh, retracing his artistic development over his lifetime, and the different stages of the artist's life. 

The Adventure of the Blue Rider - Franz Marc and August Macke @ Musee de l’Orangerie

This exhibition highlights the works of two figures of German Expressionism, their inspirations drawn from French artists, and their lives prior to their death in the First World War. 



Musée Yves Saint Laurent - New Collection


Visit the Yves Saint Laurent museum over the next few months to see a collection of fifty haute couture designs exploring the designer's main themes shaping his entire body of work, as well as, in particular, his Mondrian dresses and his collaborations with the artist Claude Lalanne. 

Art Paris 2019

This art fair at the Grand Palais brings together 150 modern and contemporary art galleries from throughout the world. Exploring post-war and contemporary art throughout Europe, as well as international creators from Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East, this fair will also include an overview of female artists in France curated by AWARE (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions).


Three Acts - Thomas Schütte at the Monnaie de Paris

This is the first retrospective in Paris of German artist Thomas Schütte, one of the principal reinventors of modern sculpture. This exhibition is structured around three 'acts' - first, his works relating to the representation of the human figure; second, the artist's relationship with death; and third, the artist's architectural models. 

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