Off to Paris next week and of course there’s always room for a bit of cultural programming. IRMA introduces you to the exhibitions you should see this autumn.
Musée Yves Saint Laurent
Gold Les ors d’Yves Saint Laurent
The Yves Saint Laurent Museum celebrates the 60th anniversary of the designer’s first eponymous collection with a magnificent exhibition on Gold from 14 October 2022 to 14 May 2023. From dazzling haute-couture to extremely rich accessories and formal pieces, dive into the “gold” of Yves Saint Laurent.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Claude Moment – Joan Mitchell
The combined exhibition of these two great names in painting – until 27 February 2023 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton (Neuilly-sur-Seine) – gives us a glimpse of the one everyone talks about but never shows: nature! And it feels great.
Faire Foraine d’art Contemporain
Until January 2023, the Centquatre Paris is combining contemporary art and funfair in a unique exhibition. Here, there is no question of contemplating the works of art, you are invited to play and interact with them; a way of removing the usual frustrations and prohibitions against touching or getting too close. A tasty mix that appeals to both art lovers and the simply curious.
The Musée Carnavalet
PARISIENNES CITOYENNES !
Until 29 January 2023, the Carnavalet Museum offers a true discovery of the history of women’s emancipation, through the History of France. “Parisian women citizens” chronologically exposes the fight of French women and especially Parisian women for their rights.
La Cinémathèque Française
Top Secret cinema & espionage
Get ready to whisper for this new exhibition at the Cinémathèque française. From Mata Hari to James Bond, the Top Secret exhibition highlights the cryptic and captivating world of spies, which has long sparked the imagination of some of the greatest filmmakers.