The 10 exhibitions not to be missed in October

The 10 exhibitions not to be missed in October

What binds us at the Paris Montparnasse Observatory

Perched at the top of the Montparnasse tower, discover the sensational exhibition that celebrates the streets of the capital, to the delight of fans of unusual images! On the program: a colorful and vertiginous “infinity room”, improbable and yet very real street intersections and works by street-artists in love with the capital. Every Saturday at 4:30 p.m., you can also attend two street dance shows by the Juste Debout School.

What binds us
Paris Montparnasse Observatory

33 Maine Avenue – 15th
Until mid-November 2022
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The Contemporary Art Fair

For nearly five months, the CENTQUATRE-PARIS turns into real artistic amusement parkthrough a whirlwind of works-attractions, thrills and ephemeral pleasures, between gagging and cotton candy, ghost train and games of skill, mirror palace and cabinets of curiosities, psychedelic trips and gaming machines. .. Uan exhibition designed to be touched and to be enjoyed.

Contemporary Art Fair
5, rue Curial – 19th
Until January 29, 2023
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Jeweller, designer since 1936 at the Palace of Tokyo

This fall, the House FRED opens the doors of his first retrospective exhibition. You will be invited to dive into its solar universe and its jewelry full of light and joie de vivre, during an immersive journey inspired by the life and personality of its founder, Fred Samuel. More than 450 jewels and emblematic accessories of the House will be exhibited. Among them, he iconic jewels of Hollywood stars, such as the famous movie necklace Pretty Woman, the swords of the academicians or the jewels worn by Grace Kelly. You will also discover unique drawings and archival documents, photographs, videos or even exclusive testimonials.

Fred Jeweller, designer since 1936
Palace of Tokyo
13, avenue du President-Wilson – 16th
From September 28 to October 24, 2022
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to the
Louis Vuitton Foundation

Whether Claude Monet and Joan Mitchell did not live at the same time, you will nevertheless see them dialogue with each other within the Louis Vuitton Foundation, through their respective works. Artists who marked their times but also generations of painters after them, Monet and Mitchell show their unique perceptions of the same composite landscapeoften expressed in particularly immersive formats.

Louis Vuitton Foundation
8 Mahatma-Gandhi Avenue – 16th
From October 5, 2022 to February 27, 2023
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to National furniture

Rto bring to lifeessence of French chic, this is the creative bet taken by the Mobilier national. From October 12 to January 29, we come to discover nearly 200 works on the theme of decorative arts and furniture from 1930 to 1960dn a scenographed route full of charm.

CHIC ! Decorative arts and furniture from 1930 to 1960
National furniture – Manufacture des Gobelins
42, avenue des Gobelins – 13th
From October 12, 2022 to January 29, 2023
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The Tribulations of Erwin Blumenfeld
at the MAHJ

Through nearly 180 photographs, discover the works ofErwin Blumenfeld, famous photographer of the 30s to 50s. Lexhibition highlights the most fruitful period of the artist, both from the point of view of his artistic experiments than the revelation of his talent in fashion photography. It also sheds light on his vision of art and on his personal life during the Occupation.

The Tribulations of Erwin Blumenfeld, 1930-1950
Museum of Jewish Art and History
71, rue du Temple – 3rd
From October 13, 2022 to March 5, 2023

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Time be the measure
drawing lab

Want a little ride in the middle of the constellations ? Come to the Drawing Lab to discover theFrancois Réau exhibition. The drawing escapes from its primary support and invades the entire exhibition space. Between a simple pencil line and a real 3D work, you will be immersed in a veritable vault of heaven where thedrawing pushes the boundaries of art.

Time be the measure
Drawing Lab Paris
17, rue de Richelieu – 1st
From October 14, 2022 to January 5, 2023
Free admission
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Kisses from Beijing at the Guimet Museum

More than an exhibition Kisses from Beijing chroniclesa decade of Franco-Chinese cultural exchanges recreating Yishu8’s universe. founded by Christine Cayol in 2009, the house of the Arts of Beijing settles during four month at the Guimet Museum. The exhibition mixes French art of living, Chinese traditions and contemporary creations, involving 20 winning artists including Lionel Sabatté, Claire Tabouret, Jennifer Douzenel and Nathanaëlle Herbelin.

Kisses from Beijing – 10 years of the Yishu8 Prize
National Museum of Asian Arts – Guimet
6, place d’Iéna – 16th
From October 19, 2022 to February 27, 2023
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Scheherazade at night
to P
alays of tokyo

Deployed in various spaces of the Palais de Tokyo, Scheherazade at night brings together works by six artists from around the world: Minia Biabiany, Miguel Gomes, Ho Tzu Nyen, Pedro Neves Marques, Lieko Shiga and Ana Vaz. She is articulated in a set ofmonographic exhibitions which respond to each other and compose so many porous chapters between different geopolitical contexts, from Europe to Brazil, from the Caribbean to Japan via Southeast Asia. It is also accompanied bya cultural program and a projection cycle.

Scheherazade at night
Palace of Tokyo
13, avenue du President-Wilson – 16th
From October 19, 2022 to January 8, 2023

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Tintin, the immersive adventure to theworkshop of lights

Since the first edition of Tintin in the Land of the Soviets in 1929 until the most recent publications, Tintin, the immersive adventure will honor the famous reporter with the powder puff, whose adventures around the world have been part of popular culture for nearly 100 years. Promise of a singular and immersive rereading of Hergé’s workthis digital exhibition will allow young and old alike to (re)immersing yourself in the creative and fictional universe of one of the greatest comic book writers of the 20th century.

Tintin, the immersive adventure
Lights Workshop
38, rue Saint-Maur – 11th
From October 21 to November 20, 2022
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