The completely crazy world of Jean Paul Gaultier seizes the mythical scene of “Folies Bergères”.
On the occasion of the centenary of the death of Egon Schiele, the Louis Vuitton Foundation has chosen to present the Austrian artist on the side of Jean-Michel Basquiat, in two neighboring exhibitions. Beyond the historical and artistic contexts that may seem distant, a number of points bring the two accursed artists closer together.
The Orsay Museum and the Picasso-Paris National Museum are organizing an exceptional event dedicated to the blue and pink periods of Pablo Picasso. This exhibition brings together masterpieces, and offers a renewed reading of the years 1900-1906.
The Louvre Museum and the Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg are teaming up for an exceptional exhibition around the rich collection of Baron Campana, formed between 1830 and 1850.For the first time in 160 years, the exhibition will give a complete picture of the largest private collection of the nineteenth century.
This exhibition wishes to mark the influence of Michael Jackson on contemporary art, and will reveal how, since the time Andy Warhol first used his image in 1982, he has become the most represented cultural figure in the world by the most renowned contemporary artists. His immense career and international fame have made him a legendary figure. The course exposes the diverse works of about forty artists representing this myth.