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Bringing together nearly 150 works, this retrospective traces the technical and stylistic evolution of the artist. Miró creates from his dreams and opens the door to his poetic universe.
Miró transformed the world around him with an apparent simplicity of means, whether a symbol, the tracing of a finger or water on paper, a seemingly fragile line on the canvas, a line in the ground fused with fire, or an insignificant object paired with another. He conjured a world full of poetic transformations from these surprising juxtapositions and unusual marriages, restoring enchantment to the world.
Dates: From 3 October 2018 to 4 February 2019
Where:Grand Palais - 3, avenue du Général Eisenhower 75008 Paris
Opening hours : Monday, Thursday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. closed on Tuesdays
Metro : Line 1: Franklin Roosevelt




The work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most significant painters of the 20th century, is spread over four levels of Frank Gehry’s building.
The exhibition covers the painter’s whole career, from 1980 to 1988, focusing on 120 defining works.
At a young age, Jean-Michel Basquiat left school and made his first studio in the streets of New York. Very quickly, his painting achieved great success, which the artist both sought out and felt subjected to. His work refers back to the eruption of modernity, that of the expressionists, but his filiations are numerous.
Basquiat’s death in 1988 interrupted a very prolific body of work, carried out in under a decade, with over one thousand paintings and even more drawings.
Date: From 3 October 2018 to 14 January 2019
Where: Fondation Louis Vuitton
Opening hours : from 09:00 to 21:00
Metro : Line 1: Les Sablons




The Musée d'Orsay and the Musée National Picasso-Paris organize an exceptional event on the blue and pink periods of Picasso, in the early years of the twentieth century, before the birth of Cubism.
It brings together a large number of early works of the artist, a Picasso as we rarely see. This moment when Spanish goes beyond academism to reinvent modern painting.
Dates: From September 18, 2018 to January 06, 2019
Address: Musée d'Orsay: 1 rue de la Legion d'Honneur
Opening hours: From Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 to 18h / Nocturne (9:45 pm) on Thursday.
Rates: Full price: 14 €
Metro: Solférino or National Assembly / RER: Musée d'Orsay




If you’re seeking a new artistic thrill for your next Paris visit, then we’ve got good news: L’Atelier des Lumières, a new digital museum breaking ground in Paris’s buzzy 11th arrondissement, promises to be the coolest new destination this side of the Right Bank. L’Atelier des Lumières will inhabit the renovated remains of a 19th-century foundry on the Rue Saint-Maur, whose gritty, concrete-and-steel industrial bones—26-foot-high walls and over 21,000 square feet of open floor space—provide an ideal canvas for the museum's large-scale, projection-based exhibits. Using a state-of-the-art projection system, paintings, collages, and mosaics by the likes of Klimt, Bosch, Breugel, and Chagall will be digitized and cast onto the walls of the space, shrouding visitors in the shadow of swirling, golden trees, and the outlines of Bosch’s saints and sinners. Exhibits will be accompanied by an original soundtrack, composed to fit, and complement, each body of work.
When:From april 13th
Where: 38 rue Saint-Maur - 75011
Métro: Line 3: Rue Saint-Maur
Opening hours: From 10:00 am to 6:00 pm / Nocturnes ven-sam jusqu’à 22h
Tickets: 14,50 € / Réduit: 11,50 €




Underneath the Palais de Tokyo art center is one of the best-kept secrets of street art in Paris. The center started the Lasco project in 2012 to showcase urban art in the building’s subterranean passages, corridors, and stairways—a part of the center until then undisclosed to the public.
The Lasco project is an underground wonderland of murals and art pieces by some of the most renowned street artists from around the world. The dark corridors are filled with a diverse mix of graffiti and art pieces, giving off a mysterious and secretive vibe that feels like you’re entering a concealed universe in the shape of a street art maze.
Where: Palais de Tokyo, 13, avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris 16
Opening hours : Open from noon to midnight every day except Tuesday.
Metro : Line 9 / Iéna and Alma Marceau stations.