The summer's top exhibitions in the Paris Region

Modern and contemporary art, fine arts, fashion... the summer exhibitions are bound to seduce you during your stay in Paris Region.
  1. The summer's top exhibitions in the Paris Region

Having played the sleeping beauties, the Paris Region exhibitions have reopened their doors and are determined to set the rhythm of your summer.

From Louboutin, an inspired designer to Turner, an outstanding watercolourist, from Christo and Jeanne-Claude, artists of excess to Pompeii, between archaeology and technology… You won’t know where to start. But beware, in order to guarantee your safety, the gauges are limited. So don’t forget to book your visit!

What exhibitions have to be seen this summer in Paris Region?

Monet, Renoir… Chagall, Voyages en Méditerranée
Monet, Renoir... Chagall. Journeys around the Mediterranean
REOPENED - After having dazzled us with Klimt and Van Gogh, L’Atelier des Lumières with its new digital exhibition takes us on an itinerary of the colourful shores of the Mediterranean, from Impressionism to Modernism.
Cézanne et les maîtres Rêve d’Italie - Musée Marmottan Monet
Cézanne and the master painters. A dream of Italy
NEW DATES - The exhibition at the Marmottan Monet Museum explores for the first time the connection between Cézanne and the works of the greatest masters of Italian painting.
Christian Louboutin, Exhibition[niste]
NEW DATES - At the Palais de la Porte Dorée, see the first exhibition devoted to the work and creativity of Christian Louboutin, footwear designer and key figure in the fashion world.
Turner, Peintures et Aquarelles de la Tate
Turner’s Tate paintings and watercolours
NEW DATES - The Musée Jacquemart-André is devoting a special exhibition to the English watercolour master , William Turner.
NEW DATES - The city of Pompei is rising from the ashes under the arches of the Grand Palais in a brand-new digital exhibition.
1940 Les parisiens dans l'exode
1940: Parisian exodus
NEW DATES - In its first temporary exhibition, the Liberation of Paris Museum - General Leclerc Museum - Jean Moulin Museum retraces the tragic historical episode that was the exodus of the people of Paris in June 1940.
Exposition Harper's Bazaar
Harper’s Bazaar. First in Fashion
NEW DATES - The famous Harper's Bazaar magazine is taking over the newly renovated Fashion Galleries of the Museum of Decorative Arts for a major retrospective. The perfect alliance between fashion and photography!
Exposition Comme en 40 Musée de l'Armée
Remembering '40...
NEW DATES - The Army Museum presents an exhibition recreating life in 1940 – a year rich in events, which remains a decisive and terrible time in the history of France.
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