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What to do this week-end?
Artstyle 01 Feb 2017

What to do this week-end?

For this weekend, we have made a selection of diverse and stunning exhibitions for you. They started recently and offer a close look of photography, African art and comics….. A perfect program for a weekend full of discoveries!


Discover young talents at the Circulation Festival


Take advantage of the weekend and discover the young talents of photography from all over Europe. The work of 44 European artists exhibited as well as workshops and portfolio reviews. The plus? Every weekend during the festival, you can reserve a photo shoot with a professional photographer, in a development studio and get a unique print with the signature of one of the photographers. A way to reconnect with the Twentieth Century tradition of developing photographs in a photographic studio…

From January 21 to March 5

Where? Le 104, 5 Rue Curial, 75019.

Immerse yourself into traditional and contemporary African Art at the Museum of Quai Branly.


This year Africa is on the spotlight in several artistic events, such as the Paris Art Fair which will take place from March 30 to April 2. The Quai Branly has choosen Africa, as the subject for its first exhibition of 2017. Addressing the subject of the road, the exhibition evokes African history and the changes that they have gone through and still go through today, through old and contemporary artworks.

From January 31 to November 12

Where? Quai Branly Museum, 37 Quai Branly, 75007.

Celebrate the new generation of Chinese Contemporary Art at the Magda Danysz Gallery


This exhibition proposed by the Magda Danysz Gallery, addresses actual events, this will be a way to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This gallery, which presents the work of some of the most eminent Chinese artists as well as the emerging talents invites you to discover the best of Contemporary Chinese creation in its Parisian space. A good way to discover the Contemporary Chinese art scene and to not miss the talents of tomorrow….

From January 28 to March 11, 2017

Where? Magda Danysz Gallery, 78 Rue Amelot, 75011

Elsewhere in France

BORDEAUX. Explore the relationship between Contemporary art and comics at the FRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine.


During this exhibition, immerse yourself in the universe of comics, whose common history with contemporary art is very recent. The influence of comics on contemporary art is in fact the product of artistic practices that increasingly include sources of popular and dynamic inspiration, which started with Pop Art and the works of Roy Lichtenstein. This visit will be an opportunity to discover the creative power of three generations of artists with hybrid influences, sharing their love of telling stories through images.

From January 19 to May 20

Where? FRAC Aquitaine, Hangar G2, Bassin à Flot N 1, Quai Armand Lalande, 33300 Bordeaux

ARLES:  Travel through the Réattu Museum


This year, the Réattu Museum unveils a part of  its collection of photographs during a thematic exhibition. This year, the museum exhibits landscape photographs in all its forms and interpretations, exhibiting the works of artists such as Robert Doisneau or Alain Bachelard. Your opportunity to admire urban, natural and even human landscapes, and to be a witness of the ability of photographers to push the boundaries of photographic territory.

From January 28 to June 11, 2017

Where? Réattu Museum, 10 Rue du Grand Prieure, 13200 Arles

Elsewhere in Europe

BRUSSELS: Take a walk through the city and its contemporary scene during the exhibition “Brussels I love you”


This week end, take advantage of the second edition of “Brussels I Love You” to relax. It is your opportunity to discover and rediscover the city from another perspective, making a journey through the galleries, the foundations and other cultural spaces. This journey will also give you the opportunity to have contact with the booming European artistic scene and to exchange with collectors, gallery owners and artists.

From February 11 to 18, 2017

Where? Ixelles district, Brussels

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