Exhibitions in Paris in April 2025
A Month of Artistic Wonder

Paris, the City of Light, transforms into a true artistic hub in April. Each year, this month marks a special moment for art enthusiasts from around the world. With the arrival of spring, Paris comes alive, offering an exceptional stage for exhibitions of all kinds.

from €22

AURA INVALIDES: An immersive experience at the heart of the Invalides Dome in Paris!

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Join us for a unique multimedia experience in the legendary Invalides Dome. AURA INVALIDES combines orchestral music, video mapping, and light games to enhance the architecture of this iconic monument. Discover this immersive show in the evening and let yourself be transported through an extraordinary adventure, rediscovering the exceptional heritage of the Invalides Dome.
€13

Exhibition "Space Mission" at the City of Science and Industry

Explore the universe with the Space Mission exhibition at the City of Science. Experience an immersive adventure in space, discover space technologies, and learn about lunar missions. Perfect for all ages!
€20

Loading, Urban Art in the Digital Age

The exhibition "Loading. Urban Art in the Digital Age" at the Immersive Grand Palais in Paris, from December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024, offers a digital immersion into urban art. It traces its evolution from graffiti on New York subways to digital technologies, including NFTs and interactive projections.
€11

Expo Crescendo at the Basilica Cathedral of Saint-Denis

The "Crescendo" exhibition at the Basilica of Saint-Denis, from September 6, 2023, to September 29, 2024, showcases a monumental work by Stephen Dean. This unique installation integrates dichroic stained glass windows on a 15-meter scale, offering a captivating visual experience.
€17

Egypt of the Pharaohs from February 9, 2024, to January 5, 2025

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Egypt of the Pharaohs" at the Workshop of Lights in Paris is an immersive experience into ancient Egypt. With multimedia projections, the exhibition showcases pharaohs, pyramids, temples, and daily lives, enhanced by musical supervision. Open until January 5, 2025.
€17

Exhibition 'The Orientalists' at the Workshop of Lights in Paris from February 9, 2024, to January 5, 2025

The exhibition "The Orientalists" at the Workshop of Lights, Paris, delves into 19th-century Orientalism. With works by Delacroix, Ingres, and others, it offers an immersive experience of the imagined Orient, blending art, culture, and technology.
€14

The Birth of Department Stores: Fashion, Design, Toys, Advertising, 1852-1925 at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris from April 10 to October 13, 2024

The exhibition "The Birth of Department Stores" at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris from April 10 to October 13, 2024, explores the evolution of Parisian department stores from 1852 to 1925, with a focus on fashion, design, toys, and advertising.
€14

MEXICA - Gifts and Gods at the Templo Mayor

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Explore the mysteries of the Mexica civilization through the exhibition "Mexica: Gifts and Gods at the Templo Mayor" at the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac. Immerse yourself in the unique world of Aztec art, religion, and politics before the Spanish conquest, featuring artifacts never before exhibited in Europe. A window into a rich and complex pre-Columbian world.
€14

Quai Branly Museum - MYRIAM MIHINDOU Exhibition

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Punu mourners with the immersive exhibition "Ilimb, the Essence of Tears" by Myriam Mihindou. Explore the richness of African culture through unique sensory installations, celebrating ancestral tradition and the cathartic power of tears and songs. An unforgettable artistic experience not to be missed.
€9

City of Architecture and Heritage - Once Upon a Time the Stadiums

The exhibition "Once Upon a Time the Stadiums" is held from March 20th to September 16th, 2024 at the City of Architecture and Heritage, exploring the evolution of stadiums from antiquity to the present day. Through history, architecture, and sociocultural impacts, it invites reflection on their emblematic role in sports.
€9

City of Architecture and Heritage - Mini Maousse 9

The Mini Maousse 9 exhibition at the City of Architecture and Heritage explores active design to encourage an active lifestyle through architecture. Presenting 50 global projects and a mobile Micro Fan Zone for sensitive neighborhoods, it aims to integrate sports into urban public spaces.
from €14

James Cameron at the Cinémathèque

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The exhibition "The Art of James Cameron" at the Cinémathèque of Paris, from April 4, 2024, to January 5, 2025, highlights the creative evolution of the director, from his early sketches to his groundbreaking films. Explore drawings, props, and multimedia experiences reflecting his innovations and artistic vision.
€15

Jean Hélion Exhibition at the MAM of Paris

The Museum of Modern Art of Paris presents "Jean Hélion, The Prose of the World" from March 22 to August 18, 2024, a retrospective of the painter Jean Hélion (1904-1987). The chronological exhibition brings together more than 150 works, highlighting his transition from abstraction to narrative figuration, thus influencing the Narrative Figuration of the 1960s.
€22

Olympism - A Modern Invention, an Ancient Heritage

Explore the history of the early Olympic Games and delve into the political context of their creation. Discover the first Olympic cup and the iconographic sources of this global event. A unique immersion into the alliance of sport and culture.
€9

Exhibition "The Saga of the Department Stores"

Discover "The Saga of the Department Stores" at the City of Architecture and Heritage, from November 6, 2024, to April 6, 2025. This exhibition explores the evolution and international impact of department stores, from their emergence in the 19th century to the present day, through spectacular and innovative architecture.

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Paolo Roversi at Palais Galliera

The Paolo Roversi exhibition at Palais Galliera, from March 16 to July 14, 2024, offers an immersion into 50 years of photographic career, revealing his unique contribution to the art of fashion. This first Parisian monograph brings together 140 works, including unpublished pieces, highlighting his distinctive style and influential collaborations.

Unparalleled Diversity

April in Paris promises unparalleled artistic diversity. From contemporary art galleries to historical museums, every venue becomes a space for discovery and marvel. The presented exhibitions are as varied as the city itself, ranging from ancient art to avant-garde installations.

Classic and Modern Art

The Parisian museums, guardians of artistic history, curate exhibitions that engage in a dialogue between classic and modern art. These exhibitions allow for a rediscovery of famous works in a new light or shine a spotlight on lesser-known artists. It's a unique opportunity to travel through time and artistic styles.

Artistic Avant-Garde

Paris is also a playground for contemporary artists. Modern and contemporary art galleries provide an overview of current creation. In April, these spaces often transform into places of artistic experimentation, where new trends and innovative ideas take center stage.

Thematic Exhibitions

Thematic exhibitions are another significant facet of the Parisian art scene in April. These exhibitions can explore a wide range of subjects, from art history to current social issues, to specific artistic techniques.

Art in Unusual Places

April in Paris is also an opportunity to discover art in unusual places. Temporary exhibitions take place in unconventional spaces, offering a unique experience to visitors. These locations, often off the beaten path, add an extra dimension to the artistic experience.

Encounters with Artists

Exhibitions in Paris are not just opportunities to see artworks but also to meet the artists. Many events organized alongside the exhibitions allow for exchanges with creators, providing insights into their creative process and vision.

Art Accessible to All

Paris in April is also committed to making art accessible to everyone. Many exhibitions are free or offer reduced rates, allowing a broad audience to discover the city's artistic richness. It's an opportunity for both connoisseurs and novices to immerse themselves in the world of art.

A City in Artistic Motion

April in Paris is also a time of dynamism for the local art scene. Galleries and museums compete in creativity to attract visitors, contributing to a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere throughout the city.

Cultural Impact of Exhibitions

The exhibitions in Paris in April have a significant cultural impact. They contribute not only to the artistic vitality of the city but also to its economy, attracting visitors from around the world. It's a moment when art becomes an important vector of cultural dialogue and international exchange.

In summary, April in Paris is a month not to be missed for art lovers. With such a rich and diverse offering, the city provides an unforgettable experience where every visitor can find something to enjoy. Whether you're a lover of classical art, a fan of modern art, or simply curious, the Parisian exhibitions in April are a celebration of creativity and beauty waiting for you.

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