Conventionally, it is considered that any work conceived between the middle of the twentieth century to our days is derived from contemporary art. By this classification of chronological order and by its etymology, which means “simultaneous”, contemporary art is thus an art rooted in its century. Contemporary art is thus ultimately as representative of our time as of our society.

Our selection:


They rocked our childhood and are now back in a unique exhibition at the Musée en Herbe. Monsieur Madame, these tender little characters in bright colors created in 1971, plunge us into their universe. A regressive but delicate exhibition to reconnect with these atypical little heroes but finally, funny humans.

October 4, 2018 ~ January 20, 2019

Place: Museum in Grass

23 Rue de l’Arbre Sec, 75001 Paris



The Monnaie de Paris organizes an exhibition tracing the work of British visual artist Grayson Perry. Famous for his ceramics decorated with narrative motifs, the artist produces antithetical works that carry messages as committed as advocates while the supports (ceramic, engraving or tapestry) remain, for their part, very traditional. The themes addressed by Grayson Perry (sex, drugs, society …) are discussed throughout the visit, divided into 10 chapters. To have.

October 19, 2018 February 3, 2019

Place: Monnaie de Paris

11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris

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Wednesday: ART MARKET

Lovers of photography, painting, sculpture or other will be satisfied: The Royal Monceau organizes a new exhibition, in partnership with Art Photo Expo, in his gallery. About thirty essential contemporary artists have been selected and exhibited. Whether it’s to find end-of-the-year gifts or for the pleasure of the eyes, we advise you to go!November 8, 2018 ~ January 6, 2019

Place: The Royal Monceau

37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris

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A stroll in a magical world, do you like it? You do not need a ship or portkey for that, just go to the Jardin des Plantes after sunset. Bears, penguins, whales and other living creatures or endangered, are waiting for you. The gigantic luminous structures installed transform the garden into a peculiar zoo that conveys a precise message: save the planet. The beauties of nature are brought to light (literally and figuratively) thanks to the luminous statues.

November 16, 2018 ~ January 15, 2019

Place : Garden of plants

Garden of plants, 75005 Paris

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He is famous all over the world, he dances like a god, his voice is unique and his legendary moonwalk, you see who we are talking about? Michael Jakson well seen. The Grand Palais invites you to revisit the career of the singer and his influence in the world of music and art. The exhibition examines the “cultural impact of the personality and work of Michael Jackson in the field of contemporary art from the 80s to today” through drawings, paintings, sculptures, photos or videos … Beat it!

November 23, 2018 – February 14, 2019

Place : Grand Palais

3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris

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