The Musée de l'Homme offers a must-see exhibition entitled “Arts and Prehistory”, which will take you on a real journey through time. This exhibition features over 90 works of prehistoric art from around the world as well as digital representations of paintings and engravings. By combining the digital world and the prehistoric era, the exhibition shows how art is a basic human need.
Did you know that it is possible to admire works of art in the heart of Paris without going to a museum? Until March 31, you can stroll through the charming streets of the Haussmann district in the 9ᵉ arrondissement of the capital to discover Michel Bassompierre's magnificent sculptures in the outdoor exhibition "Fragiles Colosses"
The Hôtel de Ville de Paris presents an exhibition celebrating the works exhibited in the most accessible of art galleries: the street. Street artists have always used public spaces to express their freedom and raise awareness of social issues that are important to them and to us all.
If you are looking for an exceptional gastronomic moment with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower during your stay in Paris, do not miss the restaurant "Les Ombres". This unique restaurant is hanging in the sky of Paris and is located in the magnificent setting of the Quai Branly Museum.
The Musée du Quai Branly in Paris presents until May 28, 2023, an exhibition on the Kimono, a traditional Japanese garment that has influenced and continues to influence many Western designers and stylists.