The art world, prisoner of the pandemic and its successive confinements, is still betting on well-being and leading exhibitions. Our selection.
The Bourse de Commerce, first
After two openings announced and then postponed in 2020 due to successive confinements, there is great impatience to discover this Parisian monument, restored by and transformed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, the young talents NeM / Niney and Marca Architects and Pierre-Antoine Gatier, chief architect of historical monuments (around 6,800 m2 exhibition spaces, with modules from 100 to 600 m2). For now, the date of January 23 is officially maintained on the Pinault Collection website. The public will be able to discover the high concrete cylinder erected by Tadao Ando directly above the dome which rises to 40 meters and to discover the decoration painted in 1889 which is deployed at 360 degrees. In the meantime, the ultra-contemporary hanging of the Pinault Collection remains a well-kept secret.
Opening to the public on January 23, 2021, entrance at 2 Rue de Viarmes, Paris (1er).
“Picasso Rodin”, two giants at the Picasso Museum and the Rodin Museum
For the first time, the Musée Rodin and the Musée national Picasso-Paris are joining forces to present the event
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