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Giovanni Bellini, Influences croisées
In the Spring of 2023, for the first time in France, the Musée Jacquemart-André will pay tribute to the work of the great master Giovanni Bellini (ca. 1435-1516), father of the Venetian School to which his pupils Giorgione and Titian belonged. Giovanni Bellini opened the way to the art of colour and tones that came to be characteristic of the art of the sixteenth century in Venice.
Chagall, Paris – New York
The immersive exhibition is devoted to the prolific and unclassifiable painter, Marc Chagall (1887–1985) at the Atelier des Lumières. This unique digital exhibition will present his entire oeuvre, revealing a work rooted in its times, at the crossroads of the artistic and cultural novelties of his century and in constant renewal.
Dalí, the endless enigma
From the 3rd of February 2023 to the 7th of January 2024, the Bassins des Lumières celebrate the incomparable and singular works of Salvador Dalí. This immersive exhibition presents more than 60 creative years of the Catalan master who, inspired by Cubism, Surrealism and Futurism, became a master of a realism meticulously applied to his painting, mixing reality with the mysteries of consciousness, fantasies and memories.
From 24 February 2023, this digital exhibition presents the genius of the painters of the North through a complete immersion in authentic paintings that are faithful representations of nature and its themes. Visitors will explore the reality of daily life, following in the footsteps of the great masters who represented the ordinary in an extraordinary way.
Yves Klein intimate
The Hôtel de Caumont is presenting for the first time around sixty works by the Nice-born artist Yves Klein (1928-1962) from a fresh perspective. Given the public nature of Klein’s oeuvre and its resolutely spectacular, even mythical qualities, come and explore the complementary personal an dintimate dimensions of the artist’s life and work.
Dalí, The Endless Enigma
In this exhibition, the psychedelic works by one of the world’s most grandiose artists of all time come at you from all sides simultaneously, supported by the sounds of Pink Floyd.
Gustav Klimt, Gold in Motion
The first main exhibition in Phoenix des Lumières will bring Viennese art to life in an innovative way, featuring works by Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and his contemporaries.
Klimt, Gold in Motion
This exhibition is a multi-sensory celebration of Klimt’s most iconic work. The unique, cutting-edge mapping technology, elegant soundtrack and historic location transport visitors to a world of gold and color.
Klimt & Klein
Created in partnership with TMONET, a Korean group specialising in new technologies, the Théâtre des Lumières is located in a former cabaret within the stately Walkerhill Hotel, at the foot of the Achasan Mountain in Seoul. The exhibitions "Gustav Klimt, Gold in Motion" and "Yves Klein, Infinite Blue" are presented.
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Bruno Monnier, President of Culturespaces
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