This is a show that you need to see in person to appreciate. Furthermore, we don’t want to miss out on a chance to see Takesada Matsutani’s work as a living artist. Visit the Paris Centre Pompidou until September 23rd to learn more.
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The rooftop of the Grande Arche in Paris is currently home to an interesting new photography exhibition that will delight environmentalists and animal lovers. Yann Arthus-Bertrand has taken still and moving images of the natural world for around 50 years. He continues to share an important message about the fragility and beauty of the environment and its species – a message that is more crucial now than ever before.
Ker-Xavier Roussel is an artist that doesn’t get the same amount of attention as some other impressionists of his era. You may find the odd painting here and there in a collection, but no grand retrospective or analysis of his work. That is why the new exhibition at the Musee des Impressionismes Giverny is so important.
Women in art movements are all too easily forgotten. Those that were pioneers in their times remain overlooked in today’s market as art lovers flock to work from their male peers. Thankfully, there are collectors and curators out there trying to address the balance. One such example is the exhibition for Berthe Morisot at the Musee d’Orsay.
Some shows and visual styles leave a lasting impression on audiences. The recent trend for immersive digital shows and digital deconstructions is one that has really taken Parisian art shows to another level. Visitors love the chance to interact with images, dive into the subject and get a new perspective. It makes a change from a static image in a quiet gallery when you can play, move and have a fitting soundtrack.