20 Jul 2015

The Paris List: Small Bites

  • Paris-Leo-Greenfield-Vicki Archer

This summer in Paris there are some delectable small bites.


Yes, definitely see the major blockbusters showing around town but don’t miss some of the smaller exhibitions on show.


The Paris List: Small Bites


Sèvres Outdoors

 

Many contemporary galleries are moving their artwork outside to the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique at Sèvres. A selection of sculptures and installations are finding new homes – works by Johan Creten, Laurent Tixador and Mathieu Mercier. Whilst exploring the gardens, expect to see a crazy chandelier, upside down umbrellas and short film screenings – it’s a joyous exhibition for when the sun is shining.

 

Sèvres Outdoors 2015

24th June 2015 – 25th October 2015

 

2 Place de la Manufacture

92310 Sèvres 


 

Claude Nori: L’Aventure d’un Photographe

 

L’Aventure d’un photographe is a collection of images from photographer’s Claude Nori’s travels through Italy in the mid 1980s.

 

Photographing in both colour and black and white, he blends fiction and memoir to take a nostalgic tour of Naples, Rimini, Portofino and Stromboli.

 

Claude Nori: L’Aventure d’un photographe

7th July 2015 – 1st August 2015

 

Polka Galerie

Cour de Venise

12 rue Saint-Gilles

75003 Paris



Le Corbusier: The Measures of a Man at the Pompidou Centre

 

Displayed at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, Le Corbusier: Measures of a Man pays homage to the icon of modernist architecture.

 

The exhibition, which was curated by Frédéric Migayrou and Olivier Cinqualbre, includes 200 objects, paintings and sculptures, illustrating his significant influence on the contemporary aesthetic.

 

Le Corbusier: Measures of a Man

29th April 2015 – 3rd August 2015

 

Centre Pompidou



Aardman: Art That Takes Shape

 

Wallace and Gromit and Shaun The Sheep are the stars of a new exhibition at the Art Ludique that pays homage to the Art of Aardman.

 

On display are over 50 film characters and sets as well as over 350 concept drawings, character studies and storyboards. Screens displaying their most famous films and advertisements allow visitors to discover the dynamic creativity of the celebrated studio.

 

The exhibition brings the animated characters to life, and shows the viewer the process from an initial idea for a character, through to designing sets and producing the final films – it’s fun for all the family.

 

Aardman: Art That Takes Shape

21st March 2015 – 30th August 2015

 

Art Ludique-Le Musée

34 Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris



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4 Comments

Anita Rivera

I do believe Paris can only be consumed in small bites because there is SO much to indulge on! The eight days that I was there are a blurr…like my recent return to my honeymoon site of 33 years ago, I was able to finally SEE MORE as an older woman. I must do the same with Paris. I must take smaller bites..

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Karena

Vicki, This I believe when I go to France, I must stay a month or longer!!
So much to enjoy and not miss!
xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

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The Enchanted Home

So makes me wish I was headed there this summer! You are always such a wealth of information! Thank you Vicki…going to pass this onto my friend who is headed there next weekend:)

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