WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK END? EXHIBITIONS THAT YOU SHOULD NOT MISS

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Several new exhibitions will be held in the capital this weekend !  Artsper has made an eclectic selection of the most appealing ones so that you do not miss them. The choice is going to be difficult…There are also two exhibitions taking place in London and Rome, the perfect opportunity for an arty getaway!

 

 

 PARIS

 

From Zurbaran to Rothko – The collection of Alicia Koplowitz at the Jacquemart-André Museum

 

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Alicia Koplowitz is undoubtedly one of the greatest art collectors in Europe: do not miss this opportunity to discover a big part of her collection at the Jacquemart-André Museum. You will have the chance to admire pieces from the old masters such as Zurbaran, Tiepolo, Canaletto, Guardi and Goya as well as the paintings and drawings of Toulouse-Lautrec, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso, Van Dongen, Modigliani, Schiele, de Stael, Rothko and Barcelo…a rich collection that opens a dialogue between the different styles of that era.

Where? Jacquemart-André Museum, 158 Boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris

When? From March 3 to July 10 2017

 

 

“100 Masterpieces of Modern and Contemporary Arab Art” at the Arab World Institute

 

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Another way of discovering contemporary art, is by approaching it from a geographical perspective. Such an approach allows you to immerse yourself in the creative energy of a specific part of the world, and to understand the points of encounter. Giving you a panorama of modern and contemporary Arab art, the Arab World Institute gives you the opportunity to admire the artistic richness of the Arab world, through this exhibition of the Barjeel collection. Installations, pictures and paintings, figuration and abstraction, the artists have explored all the means of expression, promising a visit full of discoveries.

Where? Institut du Monde Arabe, 1 Rue des Fosses Saint-Bernard, 75005 Paris

When ? From February 28 to July 2, 2017      

         

 

Stéphane Duroy at Le Bal

 

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You can not miss this exhibition of artist Stéphane Duroy’s work at Le Bal this weekend. He is exposing forty years of work of a disenchanted America and the memory of old Europe. We have witnessed the evolution of the artist, whose latest collection is a plastic research which gives place to an installation made for the exhibition. The plus? This is an exhibition that will evolve. The artist has the intention of working on the walls of the exhibition…

Where? Le Bal 6 Impasse de la Defense, 75018 Paris

When? From January 6 to April 9 2017

 

 

 

 OTHER EXHIBITIONS 

 

LONDON, David Hockney at the Tate Britain

 

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Right now, the Tate Britain is offering a retrospective of English painter David Hockney, who is celebrating his 80th birthday this year. David Hockney is considered one of the greatest English painters of the 20th century. He has managed to create his own rules and find modernity with his figurative style, not worrying about codes and prejudices. Through this retrospective, we will discover everything the artist has painted during his career, from Hollywood pools to the English forests. Among others.

Where? Tate Britain, Millbank, Westminster, London SW1P 4RG, United Kingdom

When? From February 9 to May 29, 2017

 

 

ROME. Anish Kapoor at the MACRO

 

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Indian Artist Anish Kappor has not exhibited in Italy in 10 years! The provocative artist is finally back in Rome at the MACRO, for an exhibition that puts together Kappor’s continuous research in the formal and conceptual framework which has inspired his artistic practice since the beginning. Thus we will admire his characteristic large scale pieces. If you have the opportunity to pass by the eternal city, this is an exhibition you should not miss!

Where? MACRO, Via Nizza, 138, 00198 Roma, Italy

When? From December 17, 2016 to April 17, 2017

 

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