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Publié dans Exhibitions & Museums le Tuesday, 5 February 2019
Ideally located in one of the most beautiful areas of Paris, the Relais du Marais enables you to fully enjoy the boundless riches of the capital. After strolling along the Place des Vosges and exploring the picturesque streets of the Marais, you’ll be in the mood to visit the most vibrant and fascinating exhibitions in Paris at the start of 2019.
From January 29th to June 2nd, 2019, the Musée d'Orsay pays tribute to one of the leading artists of the Nabis group of avant-garde Post-Impressionists. The exhibition presents Paul Serusier's most famous work, The Talisman, a small landscape in which the colours dissolve and merge at the threshold of abstraction. As you pass from room to room, you’ll learn more about Serusier's influences, his career, and especially the decisive impact his mysterious Talisman had on the genesis of modern art.
Optical art, popularly called Op Art, is featured at the Pompidou Centre from February 6th to May 6th, 2019. This large-scale retrospective of the colourful iconic paintings and optical illusions created by Victor Vasarely, a pioneer in his field, examines the creative process of the Hungarian-French artist and his strong desire to create a socially-oriented art form integrated with architecture and urbanism.
In its new exhibition running from February 19th to August 25th, 2019, the Musée Picasso examines the connections between the highly influential Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso and the American sculptor, Alexander Calder, noted for his kinetic and monumental works. Calder-Picasso questions the role of negative space in the artistic expression of these two giants of 20th century art.
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