Some news from France, XCXXXIII

Something refreshing from France to you !!!

The Pont-Aven Museum just reopened its doors. Completely renovated, it has doubled its exhibition area to highlight the paintings of the famous school of Pont-Aven, which is illustrated in the wake of Paul Gauguin. The exhibition «Les Rouart, from Impressionism to magic realism» Unveils works by three generations of artists and patrons: Henri, Ernest and Augustin Rouart. Until 18 September 2016. www.museepontaven.fr

Joseph Mallord William Turner, major figure in English painting of the 19C showcase in the salons of the Hôtel de Caumont ,Aix-en-Provence with more than a hundred of watercolours, gouaches and oils on canvas from institutions such as the Royal Academy in London and the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford. You can also admire pieces from private collections, almost never disclosed to the public. “Turner and the color“, until September 18, 2016. www.caumont-centredart.com

Summer arrives on the Canebière. Of Marseille. The evidence, the RoofTop of the R2 has just launched its music programming: on the huge roof terrace overlooking the Mediterranean, electro, House, but also of disco and funk, distilled by the best DJs of the moment. The German David August opens the prom this Friday before moving turntables to the New Yorkers Todd Terry Sunday. http://airdemarseille.com

Meriggio, the new concept store dedicated to Italian food, offers a selection of products of producers from the North of the Italy and Puglia. Weekly delivery of parmesan bio, panettone, burrata cheese, pecorino and fresh gorgonzola. A cellar and a restaurant in addition to the grocery store. 3, rue Rougemont, 9éme . http://meriggio-paris.com/

Claire Adelfang, Ivan Argote…Choices collectors weekend showing on May 21-22 2016. Palais de Tokyo  The third edition of Choices collectors weekend will be held in Paris offerings a journey through nearly 40 Parisian galleries and a collective exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo. Punctuated by openings, performances, meetings; This event allows you to discover the contemporary creation of the Parisian scene http://www.palaisdetokyo.com/fr

The Parisian river banks will be colored the weekend of May 21-22 ! The Canal de L’ourcq to the canal Saint-Denis, the Festiwall invites you to discover or rediscover urban art. Say thanks to the association of love and the walls! and the The Wall Street art gallery for this Parisian event unique in its kind! twenty hours of artistic performances, an exhibition of The Wall in the Stalingrad Rotonde Gallery and a debate on urban contemporary art, not to mention creative and participatory, workshops led by artists such as Rays, Parisian pochoiriste EAN, and knock knock, street-artist and cartoonist. Festiwall Between the canal de L’ourcq and the canal Saint-Denis; The Stalingrad Rotonde 6-8, place Bataille de Stalingrad https://www.thewallgalerie.fr/Festival/

Monuments to the dead of the great war 14-18 is an exhibition dedicated to the first photographic census of monument to the french dead. Drawing up their silhouette towards the sky, the monuments to the dead are lists of names engraved in stone: those of the French 1 350 000 dead or missing on the fields of battle or in the trenches. That we say these names? Expose these photographs to the Pantheon, it is symbolically bringing all soldiers killed during the great war in this high Republican place. It is also an ultimate tribute to “great men of the French nation“. Start date: May 21, 2016 End Date: September 11, 2016. Programming: Daily 10: 00 – 18:30 · Rates: admission € 8.50, discounted € 6.50. Place du Panthéon 75005 Paris· Metro: Cardinal Lemoine (10) ;· RER: Luxembourg (B). From April 6 to July 18, 2016, http://www.paris-pantheon.fr/en/Prepare-for-your-visit/Practical-information

the Musée de l’Orangerie offers exposure Apollinaire, the look of the poet. From 1902 to 1918, Guillaume Apollinaire was active as an art critic.  From the Douanier Rousseau, Matisse, Picasso, Braque and de Guzman, Cubism to the orphicism and Surrealism, academic sources to modernity, arts first to the popular arts. It will specifically honor the links of the poet with Picasso in a dedicated section… http://www.musee-orangerie.fr/

Enjoy the news from France, tell me so lol! Cheers

 

 

 

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