Each year, Paris presents a wealth of cultural offerings. New places are added to century-old institutions in staging ever richer and more original exhibitions. 2023 is no exception and promises to be packed with unmissable events. Here are some that we have selected and you can discover during your stay at the Paris France Hotel…
Contemporary art in the spotlight
Paris is untiring in championing and celebrating current creativity. A 20-minute walk from the Hotel Paris France, you can discover the brand-new Bourse de Commerce, Pinault Collection. Already fascinating due to its architecture, this former commodities exchange turned exhibition venue begins the year by presenting a collective work dedicated to climate change. Avant l’Orage is a magnificent journey through the installations and other works of some fifteen artists. Then head to the Centre Pompidou, a 15-minute walk away, for two original exhibitions. The first is devoted to Serge Gainsbourg and his relationship to writing, while the second invites you to discover the Indian artist Sayed Haider Raza.
Close to the Paris France Hotel
Also taking place close to the Paris France Hotel is another highly anticipated event we warmly recommend: the Célébration Picasso. In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of the Catalan artist, the Musée National Picasso-Paris leaves the keys to its collections to British designer Paul Smith for an explosion of colours and shapes. Finally, surrender yourself to the digital experience of the Grand Palais Immersif with an exhibition dedicated to the poster designer and illustrator Alfons Mucha. Interactive devices and projections plunge you into the details of the works and enwrap you in their colours. A real delight!
The Paris France Hotel’s district is full of possibilities for a cultural break in Paris. Book your tickets in advance to avoid queues and wasting time. And if you lack inspiration, our team has plenty more ideas for outings and activities.
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