Choose Sesame+ and enjoy free, priority and unlimited access to 7 exhibitions of the Grand Palais and Musée du Luxembourg.
At the Grand Palais with Sesame and Sesame+
The eighteenth-century Venice is a city in a full artistic Renaissance, open to all pleasures. Its modernity is exported throughout Europe and founds new aesthetics. In tribute to this vitality, musicians, dancers and comedians will interact with the paintings, and with the visitors.
From 3rd October 2018 to 4th February 2019
With almost 150 works, this retrospective traces the technical and stylistic evolution of the artist. Miró creates from his dreams and opens the doors of his poetic universe.
From 23rd November to 14th February 2019
His songs, his choreography and his videoclips show the extraordinary artistic destiny of Michael Jackson, an inspiration to many artists: Andy Warhol, Lorraine O'Grady, Isaac Julien ... Discover the work and the personality of the "king of pop" through their works!
Art in the Soviets country
From 21st March to 1st July 2019
Through this exhibition you will discover the repercussions of the revolution of October 1917, a real social upheaval, on the artistic creation. You will see how many artists adhering to the communist project wanted to make their contribution to the building of this new society, until the gradual introduction of social realism.
From 4st April to 22nd July 2019
For the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Man's first steps on the Moon, this art exhibition reveals the relationships that man has with this star, source of inspiration and of various representations. An invitation to daydreaming and contemplation!
At the Musée du Luxembourg with Sesame+
From 12th September 2018 to 27th January 2019
Along with being an iconic figure of Art Nouveau, Alfons Mucha is a multi-faceted artist. Beyond his work as poster artist, this exhibition proposes to discover the work of a humanist painter who never forgot his native Bohemia.
From 25th March to 7th July 2019
This exhibition is the first in France devoted to the decorative and ornamental art of the Nabis. These artists wanted to break the border between fine arts and applied arts to introduce Beauty in the everyday life.
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