What exhibitions to do in February 2023 in Paris?

What exhibitions to do in February 2023 in Paris?

January 24th, 2023

The city of Paris is an infinite source of discoveries and distractions. So why settle for visiting the monuments? The many exhibitions regularly offered in the capital are an opportunity to learn more about many subjects. Discover it program of exhibitions in Paris in February 2023.

La Cadet Résidence: your aparthotel to attend the Paris 2023 exhibitions

If you are visiting Paris for a short or long stay, you will first of all have to find accommodation, in order to be able to take full advantage of the Parisian exhibitions.

Located in the heart of the 9th arrondissement of Paris, and very well served by public transport, the Cadet Residence is then the ideal pied-à-terre for your stay in Paris. The aparthotel offers you a unique tourist experience, by staying in a completely independent apartment or studio. You will then have plenty of time to enjoy the comfort of fully equipped accommodation, with kitchenette, living room, bedding and bathroom. But you will especially appreciate having no time constraints, being able to have lunch and dinner in your accommodation at the time of your choice, to live at your own pace and to have your apartment as you see fit.

And to complete your experience, the aparthotel’s hotel services (towels and bed linen, reception, grocery kit, etc.) ensure you have an unforgettable stay.

Visit the famous Grévin museum in Paris 9

Must-see museum of the capital, the Grevin museum puts stars in the eyes of young and old alike. During a stay with family, friends, or even lovers, go to the Grands Boulevards, where you will discover the most famous museum in Paris.

Opened in 1882, the museum was originally intended to display wax figures of public figures. At that time, when television and social networks did not exist, these very realistic statues allowed people to put a face to a name.

Gradually, the concept has evolved, and today we find all the celebrities and important people who have marked history.

Stroll through the different corridors and thematic rooms, and discover the arger than life statues, coming from all walks of life. Writers, singers, politicians, sportsmen and cultural personalities are exhibited here for the happiness of all, in more or less worked stagings, over thematic rooms.

How about taking a selfie with Kylian Mbappé, Omar Sy, Charles Aznavour, Maria Callas, or even Queen Elizabeth II, Molière, Louis XIV or Mozart? In these places, nearly 2,000 personalities have already seen their doubles exhibited alongside the biggest names in this world.

The exhibition Der Sonnenstich: Katinka Bock unveils her photos at the Pernod Ricard Foundation

If you know Katinka Bock, the famous German contemporary artist, for her sculptures, you will be amazed to learn that she also excels in the art of photography. It is thus at the Fondation Pernod Ricard, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, that the artist exhibits his most beautiful works,from February 14 to April 29, 2023.

Exposure The sunstroke, or “sunshine” in French, brings together 65 photographs. If most are made in black and white, there are however colored touches. Moreover, we owe the name of the exhibition to the artist’s strong desire to play with light, an element so inspiring for her.

And to stage her work, the German photographer made an unprecedented and surprising choice of scenography for her unprecedented exhibition. Thus, each photo is presented on a suspended panel, presenting on one side a warm fabric, and on the other, a reflective and cold aluminum plate.

Don’t miss the free exposition The sunstroke, Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (evening until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays).

Golds and Treasures, a free exhibition that inspires dreams at the School of Jewelry Arts

If you are a lover of jewelry arts, go to School of Jewelry Arts, in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, to discover theGolds and Treasures exhibition.

From December 1, 2022 to April 14, 2023, discover more than 3,000 years of goldsmithing, through jewellery, ancient works of art and ornaments reflecting the know-how of Chinese craftsmanship. All from the Mengdiexuan private collection, these goldsmith masterpieces reveal all the meticulousness of the delicate work of craftsmen and artists who have been working gold for centuries.

Through this temporary exhibition dedicated to art, but also to science, you will discover the specificities of gold, the symbols it conveys, its life cycles and its uses, as well as all the techniques used to work it and obtain these Chinese works of great complexity. and absolutely beautiful.

Meet at the École des Arts Joailliers, Paris 1, until February 14, 2023, to discover this new free exhibition, open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. h).

Other exhibition venues in Paris

Of course, the city of Paris is full of exhibition places of all kinds that invite you to live a unique immersive experience. You will then most likely find what you are looking for in these different cultural places of the capital: the Center Pompidou, the Musée de l’Homme, the Musée de l’Orangerie, the Musée d’Orsay, the Louvre Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the Institute of the Arab World, the museum Guimet, the Luxembourg Museum, the National Museum of Modern Art, the Zadkine Museum, the Picasso Museum, the Quai Branly Museum…

Your thirst for knowledge will be quenched in Paris, thanks to the many exhibitions organized throughout the year in Parisian museums. And to take full advantage of the moment without constraint, remember to book your apartment or studio now at the Cadet Résidence, in Paris 9.

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