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Exhibit Hergé at Grand Palais - Paris

Best Art exhibitions and events in Paris in Oct. and Nov. 2016

by Sunita

We have selected for you some of the best Art exhibitions and events in Paris for October and November 2016.

Louis Faurer – Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson

In Montparnasse district, get to Henri Cartier Bresson Fundation and discover Louis Faurer , former painter who dedicated to picture passers faces in Times Square’s crowd.

Louis Faurer Photo exhibition in Paris

Louis Faurer Photo exhibition in Paris

Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson


2, Impasse Lebouis, 75014 Paris

Getting Here : Metro Gaîté, line 13 or Edgar Quinet, line 6

Entry : €8 – reduced €4

Opening hours : Tuesday to Sunday 13.00 – 18.30 – Saturday 11.00 – 18:45 – Wednesday open until 20.30

Website : http://www.henricartierbresson.org/expositions/


Joann Sfar – Salvador Dali, une seconde avant l’éveil – Espace Dali

Take a walk to Montmatre and discover the Espace Dalí, where the permanent exhibition will meet artist Joann Sfar cartoons, who has ‘sneaked in’ Dali’s brain to accompany the surrealist painter work.

Espace Dali

11 rue Pouliot,  75018 Paris

Getting Here : Metro Anvers (line 2), Abbesses or Larmarck- Caulaincourt (line 12)

Entry : €11,50 – reduced €7

Opening hours : Daily 10.00 – 18.00 – Open untill 21.00 last wednesday of the month

Website : http://daliparis.com

Oscar Wilde, L’impertinent absolu – Petit Palais

From September 28th, the Petit Palais will present an exhibition about our favourite Dandy: Oscar Wilde. Many documents, photos and manuscripts will illustrate the vibrant life of The Picture of Dorian Gray’s author. Getting there will also be an occasion to enjoy a coffee in the lovely palace’s garden


Oscar Wilde Exhibit at Petit-Palais- Paris

Oscar Wilde Exhibit at Petit-Palais- Paris

Petit Palais

Avenue Winston Churchill – 75008 Paris

Getting Here : Metro Champs Elysées Clémenceau (lines 1 and 13 )

Entry: €10 – reduced €7

Opening hours : Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 – 18.00 – Friday open until 21.00

Website : http://www.petitpalais.paris.fr/fr/expositions/oscar-wilde-limpertinent-absolu


Have a look on our guide about Museums in Paris

La mer à Paris – Catacombes de Paris

If you haven’t discover yet Paris Catacombs, here is an opportunity to go underground and discover what could Paris look like 45 millions years ago, covered up by a tropical sea.

Catacombes de Paris

1, avenue du colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy

75014 Paris

Getting Here : Denfert-Rochereau (RER B, lines 6 and 4)

Entry : €10 – reduced €8

Opening hours : Daily 10.00 – 20.00, closed on mondays and bank holidays

Website : http://www.catacombes.paris.fr/fr/expositions/la-mer-paris

Hergé – Grand Palais, Galeries nationales

From september 28th in the Grand Palais get into french cartoon Tintin and his author Hergé universe. Merge into 55 years of adventure through the world (even to the moon) and History, of one the most famous character in France.

Exhibit Hergé at Grand Palais - ParisGrand Palais, Galeries nationales

3, avenue du Général Eisenhower

75008 Paris

Getting Here : Metro Franklin-D.-Roosevelt or Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau (lines 1, 9, 13) or Invalides (RER C)

Entry : €13 – reduced €9

Opening hours : Daily except Tuesdays 10.00 – 20.00 – Open until 22.00 on Wednesdays

Website : http://www.grandpalais.fr/fr/evenement/herge



Ludwig Van, Le mythe Beethoven – Philarmonie  – Espace d’exposition


Get ready for a incredible auditive experience during Philarmonie de Paris new exhibition about Ludwig Van Beethoven whose work emphasizes intemporality.

Philarmonie  – Espace d’exposition

221, avenue Jean-Jaurès -75019 Paris

01 44 84 44 84

Getting Here : Metro Porte de Pantin (line 5)

Entry : €10

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 12.00 – 18.00 – Open untill 22.00 on Fridays – Week ends 10.00 – 20.00

Website : http://philharmoniedeparis.fr/fr/exposition-ludwig-van-le-mythe-beethoven/accueil

To finish, do not forget European Heritage days on September 17th and 18th.

Our favourite places are :

INJS’s garden where Jean de la Fontaine wrote his most famous fable

L’Institut National de Jeunes Sourds de Paris

254, rue Saint-Jacques

75005 Paris

01 53 73 14 00

Getting Here : Luxembourg (RER B,  metro exit “Rue de l’abbée de l’épée”)

Opening : September 18th 10.00 – 16.00

Website : http://www.injs-paris.fr/evenement/journees-europeennes-patrimoine-a-linjs

Famous Molitor swimming pool , built in 1929 and recently renovated, will show differents street art work inside fitting rooms !

Piscine Molitor

8 avenue de la Porte Molitor

75017 Paris

Getting Here : Exelmans (line 9) or Porte d’Auteuil (line 10)

Opening : September 18th 12.00 – 18.00

Website : http://www.mltr.fr/fr/


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