This page lists free art and fashion exhibitions currently on view in Paris. The lists are organised according to the end date of the exhibitions, with those about to close listed first. Modeconnect also lists Paris fashion exhibitions and art exhibitions on show in Paris. If you have missed “ALAIA at the Musee Galliera in Paris”, “Paris Haute Couture” or “50’s French Fashion “, you may be interested in reading our reviews.

This page was last updated on the 3-1-2015.


Free Fashion Exhibitions in Paris

 

Bettina

at the Gallerie Azzedine Alaïa

“The muse of fashion designers Jacques Fath and Hubert de Givenchy, Bettina, famous model of post-war is being honoured through numerous photographs of great photographers.“ – Quoted from the Gallerie Azzedine Alaïa’s website.

On show at the Gallerie Azzedine Alaïa, 18 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris, until January 11, 2015, daily 11:00 – 19:00. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Gallerie Azzedine Alaïas website.

 



 

Weaving Colours – Kimonos of a Living National Treasure

at the Maison de la Culture du Japon a Paris – MCJP

“For more than half a century, Fukumi Shimura has been weaving kimonos with silk threads that she dyes with plants. Influenced by the Mingei movement, which recognises the value of popular arts, she has always searched for beauty in the ‘tsumugi’, the silk pongee that the Japanese peasants weaved for their daily use.“ – Quoted from the Maison de la Culture du Japon a Paris – MCJP’s website.

On show at the Maison de la Culture du Japon a Paris – MCJP, 101 bis, quai Branly, 75015 Paris, until January 17, 2015, Tue-Sat, 12-7pm, till 8pm Thu. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Maison de la Culture du Japon a Paris – MCJPs website.

Free Art Exhibitions in Paris

 

De Ingres a Polke – Seven paintings rom the Musee de Nantes

at the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

“Thanks to the generosity of the Museum of Nantes, this new presentation emphasizes the masters of French nineteenth century. Seven major paintings offer a new path within the permanent collections of the Petit Palais with paintings by Ingres , Tissot , Corot, Vernet, Delaroche and Gerome next to a portrait by Polke ( 23-24 rooms).“ – Quoted from the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris’s website.

On show at the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Avenue Winston Churchill , 75008 Paris, until January 11, 2015, Tue – Sun, 10am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Pariss website.

 


 

Le Festin de Balthazar

at the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

“The Conservation of Religious and Civil Works of Art of the City of Paris ( COARC ) intends to present at the Petit Palais recently restored works which present a major interest in term of art history and recent discoveries. Belshazzar’s Feast of Claude -Guy Hallé inaugurates this series.“ – Quoted from the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris’s website.

On show at the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Avenue Winston Churchill , 75008 Paris, until January 11, 2015, Tue – Sun, 10am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Pariss website.

 


 

Michael Kenna

at the Musée Carnavalet

“Michael Kenna , English artist of international renown, was born in 1953 and lives on the West Coast of the United States, near Seattle. […] His work, in black and white only, of a remarkable finesse and poetry, demonstrates his standards for quality and inspiration. It covers a variety of types of landscape, natural -more or less wild- or urban.“ – Quoted from the Musée Carnavalet ‘s website.

On show at the Musée Carnavalet , 23, rue de Sévigné , 75003 Paris, until February 1, 2015, Tue – Sun, 10am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Musée Carnavalet s website.


 


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