The ‘Chagall – Between War and Peace’ exhibition takes place at the Musée du Luxembourg. About a hundred of selected pieces from the work of this avant-garde artist who was nearly 100 when he died will be shown. Who better than Chagall, who had witnessed one of the deadliest times of History, to paint war and peace with such expertly and originality?
This is the first time that an exhibition of this scale has been dedicated to painter Eugène Boudin in Paris. Yet, this artist was recognized by his peers as a Master of Impressionism. This injustice is now remedied as around 60 pieces highlighting the artist’s quest for light are presented at the Musée Jaquemart-André.
Vision, space, light and motion are within the strong themes inspiring the installations proposed by the Dynamo Exhibition at the Grand Palais. The effect is so striking the viewer cannot help but be drawn into a unique atmosphere.