Temporary Exhibitions in Paris in July 2019!
Here’s what you need if you want to know info about temporary exhibitions in Paris in July 2019!
If you are coming to Paris in July 2019 and you love art, prepare to be amazed by temporary exhibitions! Even if you are not so into art, you might be curious about a specific topic. Plus, if it’s too hot, you can go to a museum to be sure of not wasting your time and of doing something cooler than staying out.
Exhibitions to visit in Paris in July 2019
- Musée D’Orsay temporary exhibitions in July 2019
Here you can admire the artworks that are part of “Black Models: From Géricault to Matisse”. It’s a temporary exhibition about artists that were sensitive about racial issues. What you will see are sculptures, paintings, and photographs by artists such as Géricault, Cordier, Carpeaux, Manet, Cézanne, Matisse, Nadar and Carjat.
- Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (i.e. Museum of Modern Art in Paris)
Until July 14 you can go to the exhibitions entitled Almost Human. It’s an exhibition of works by Thomas Houseago, an English artist now based in LA. It’s one of the most famous sculptors of our era because of his use of wood, plaster, concrete, and metal.
- Centre Georges Pompidou temporary exhibitions, July 2019
Among the temporary exhibitions that Georges Pompidou center has planned this year, you can go to see the one dedicated to Dora Maar. You can visit it until July 29. There you will find photography about the life of Dora Maar, who was also Picasso’s muse. Spot the features of avant-garde movement!
- Grand Palais July 2019 temporary exhibition
If you are in Paris in July 2019 and you want to visit the Grand Palais, take the chance to visit a temporary exhibition too! Until July 22 you can take a look at the artworks of “The Moon: Real and Imaginary Voyages”. As you can guess, it’s an exhibition dedicated to all the representations of the moon! From Galileo to Apollo 11.
- Musée Marmottan-Monet temporary exhibition in July 2019
Until July 21 you can visit “Oriental Visions: From Dreams Into Light”, an exhibition of European and American artists about Oriental fantasy. Oriental culture excited the curiosity of many artists, mostly at the beginning of the twentieth century. Here you can practically see what this meant and still means.