Discover what’s coming up at the Grand Palais
Published on 5 March 2019, dans Exhibitions
The Grand Palais is an iconic Parisian monument, instantly recognisable by its large vaulted glass roof surmounted by the French Tricolour. In 2019 it welcomes you for a new and exciting series of exhibitions and events. The Grand Hotel Saint Michel tells you everything you need to know about what’s coming to the Grand Palais.
Red from March 20th to July 1st
The exhibition Red; Art and Utopia in the Land of the Soviets presents more than 400 pieces of art created between 1917 and the death of Stalin in 1953. Seize this rare opportunity to see a fascinating selection of works on loan from Russian museums.
The Moon from April 3rd to July 22nd
On July 20th, 1969, at 21:17 (French time), humanity took its first step on the Moon. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the conquest of this mysterious, fascinating and omnipresent celestial body, the Grand Palais presents an exhibition featuring more than 190 works of art, artefacts and scientific instruments related to our planet’s satellite and its influence on cultures throughout history.
(E)motion Wim Wenders from April 18th to 22nd
Come and enjoy a unique free experience in the nave of the Grand Palais featuring the work of Wim Wenders. This monumental cinematic installation based on the director’s filmography will be projected on the interior structure of the building. The images, freed from narrative, bring the German filmmaker’s aesthetic into focus.
Saut Hermès from March 22nd to 24th
This competition created by the famous Hermès brand, which began as a horse harness maker in 1837, features the world’s finest show jumpers in a range of elite events.
Art Paris Art Fair from April 4th to 7th
The highly regarded Art Paris Art Fair celebrates its 21st edition this year by featuring 150 modern and contemporary art galleries from around the world.
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