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Four expo’s in Paris that you won’t want to miss

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Who will soon go to the French capital and during his trip and also what culture wants to sniff, we can these four exhibitions recommend.

Delacroix (1798-1863)

For the first time in more than fifty years celebrates the Louvre by Eugène Delacroix, the famous painter who broke with the French classicism, by the use of color to embrace of old masters such as Rubens and Titian. Go and take a look because with more than 180 works, shows the Louvre, in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, a large retrospective. You have time until 23 July.

Nymphéas, l’abstraction américaine et le dernier Monet

In the Musée de l’orangerie, you can have up to 20 of August, the exhibition, and visit the link displays between the famous painting water lilies by Monet and the American abstract artists. Just look at the work of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman.

L’avant-garde russe à Vitebsk

Between 1917 and 1919 and lived Marc Chagall in his hometown of Vitebsk. He fell under the spell of communism and wanted to make a museum and art school found. Malevich and El Lissitzky made a part of that. Go and take a look because with two hundred works zooms the Centre Pompidou in on the ‘school of Vitebsk ” and the avant-garde that there broeide. You have time until 16 July.

Margiela/Galliera, 1989-2009

In the French city of light is also a major retrospective on the work of the Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela on its last legs. You can have up to 15 July, visit fashion museum Palais Galliera to let you immerse yourself in the world of Maison Martin Margiela, the fashion label that, in 1988 he launched together with Jenny Meirens.

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