Exhibitions in Paris 2021
To celebrate life with beauty, Paris always offers the chance to see some of the most beautiful artworks in the world. Besides the important collections of Paris museums, the city is a stage of temporary exhibitions all the time. Here are the most awaited exhibitions for next year!
Exhibitions in Paris, 2021
From January 2021, there will be an unmissable exhibition for fashionistas. Vogue Paris 1920 – 2020 is the title of the exhibitions at Musée Galliera where you will be able to contemplate the amazing story of “the” fashion journal. Another unmissable event for those who are into fashion is “Mode et cinéma” at the Cinémathèque française. It will take place in Spring 2021!
In March 2021, the Louvre will host an exhibition on the rediscovery of Greece named Paris-Athens 1800-1900. The Musée d’Orsay is already a place to go to see some masterpieces of the Art Nouveau times. If you have always dreamed to know more about the Spanish artist Antoni Gaudì and its relationship with the Art Nouveau, keep an eye on the forthcoming exhibitions at the Musée d’Orsay.
Spring 2021 will comes with good news for those who are into photography. At the Musée du Luxembourg, the pictures of Vivian Maier will be exhibited.
From November 18, 2020, to March 14, 2021, the Musée de la Vie romantique will host the exhibition “Tepetes et naufrages” with artworks by Turner, Géricault, and Isabey.
The Centre Georges Pompidou is one of the mandatory stages for contemporary art lovers who come to Paris. Also, it is one of the must-sees for architecture students. It is one of the most iconic symbols of modernity in Paris. The Georges Pompidou center always hosts temporary exhibitions. From February 3 to 31 May 2021, the center will host an exhibition dedicated to Basquiat and Africa. Also, from May 5 to September 6, 2021, in the Georges Pompidou Center will take place an exhibition dedicated to Women and Abstraction.
The managers of the Musée du Louvre are already planning many exhibitions for 2022. From October 2021 to January 2022, there will be “Civilisations and cultures on the Silk Road”; then, “A History of Still Lives from the Antiquity” in Spring, and “Treasures of the Order of the Holy Spirit” in Fall 2022.