Photography exhibition, with the subject matter being selected works on display in the Louvre.
Showcasing the works produced by Raphael in the last years of his life, when his style attained its full maturity.
Overview of the career of Giulio Romana, including drawings from his period at Raphael's workshop.
Part of Raphael's close circle and invited to work on the Château de Fontainebleau, he strove to make his style accessible to a new clientele.
The most important of the French travellers who rediscovered the heritage of Cyprus, including items from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Assembling for the first time items from various Cypriot museums with major loans from other public collections, the exhibition traces Cyprus's artistic history from the founding of Constantinople to the Turkish conquest of the island.
Part of the Festival of Croatia, this rare great ancient bronze is believed to date from the 2nd century BC.
With a style similar to that of the great sculptors from the golden age of German baroque, Pinsel's work from the mid 18th century stands out from that of his contemporaries.
An exhibition containing the most beautiful floral paitings by Eugène Delacroix, with works by Othoniel and Creten, two contemporary artists.
A look at the fashions and tastes of the Impressionist era through their paintings.
A demonstration of the artistic and technical creativity of the architect of the famous Halles de Paris.
Monograph devoted to photographer and industrialist Félix Thiollier.
Exploring the mysterious and macabre side of romanticism through paintings, graphic works and films expressing a carnivalesque disillusionment with the present.
A collection of 19th century and early 20th century works collected by a pair of American art lovers.
The first retrospective dedicated to the work of a unique figure.
A workshop, immersively teaching different facets of producing creative work.
Retrospective including fifty works arranged thematically.
Architectural proposals for six Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain, alerting visitors to a diverse architectural debate.
The Project for Contemporary Art sheds light on the current French and international artistic scene.
A reconstruction of the Paris atelier of Constantin Brancusi, a modern master sculptor.
An interactive exhibition ideal for children and families, here the letter becomes a tool of creation.
Collection of black and white photographs from the 1920s to the 1950s, when Paris was a magnet for the avant garde.
An exhibition in multiple media, putting violence and disaster into his work to illustrate the progress of contemporary history with a dreamlike quality.
The winner of the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2011, Mircea Cantor, exhibits at the Pompidou.
An interactive exhibition for children, allowing them to paint virtually.
The Pompidou pays homage to Salvador Dalí, one of the most controversial and popular artists.
Fleeing the Europe in the 1940s, Lithuanian immigrant Jonas Mekas discovered the Beat Generation in New York, filming his friend and various others, including Andy Warhol, Alan Ginsberg, John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Commemorating the 300th anniversary of the father of sign language, the Abbé de l'Épée, with exhibitions, workshops and bilingual story hours.