Exhibitions in Paris in February 2025
A Month of Unmissable Exhibitions

February in Paris is a time when art expresses itself in all its forms. Contemporary art galleries, historical museums, and alternative exhibition spaces offer a range of works that span epochs and styles. It's the perfect time to discover current artistic trends while revisiting classics. Exhibitions range from traditional paintings and sculptures to multimedia installations and artistic performances, providing something for every taste and interest.

Exhibitions not to be missed in Paris in February 2025

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

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.

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!

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

A City, A Historical Backdrop

Exhibitions in Paris are noteworthy not only for their content but also for their venues. From historical buildings to modern, sleek spaces, each location offers a unique experience. Strolling through Paris in February is like navigating an open-air museum, where every street corner holds an artistic surprise. Iconic places like the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay to neighborhood art galleries, each space tells a story and enhances the exhibition experience.

Art Accessible to All

What makes Paris unique in February is the accessibility of art. From free exhibitions to guided tours and special events, there are options for every budget. Families, students, and art enthusiasts can easily find exhibitions that cater to their interests and means. Moreover, many museums offer reduced rates or free entry days, making art more accessible than ever.

A Dynamic Art Scene

The Parisian art scene in February is dynamic and inclusive. It provides a platform for emerging artists as well as recognized masters. Galleries and museums strive to showcase works that provoke thought, inspire, and educate. It's an opportunity to see the world through the eyes of diverse creators. Exhibitions in February often reflect current social, political, and cultural issues, offering visitors not only an aesthetic but also an intellectual experience.

Encounters and Events

In addition to exhibitions, February in Paris is rich in art-related events and encounters. Conferences, workshops, and meetings with artists provide unique opportunities for interaction and learning. These events allow visitors to delve deeper into the world of art, learn directly from artists and experts, and share their own perspectives.

Paris in February is a must-visit for art lovers. With such a rich and diverse offering, it's the perfect time to explore, learn, and be inspired by art in all its forms. Whether you're a seasoned art connoisseur or just curious, exhibitions in Paris in February offer a window into the world of art, full of discoveries and emotions.


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