Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Retrospective - Paris
From 18/04/2013 to 08/09/2013
Paris’ Picture Gallery (“La Pinacothèque de Paris”) is hosting a unique retrospective of French Art Nouveau and Art Deco! It had not happened for 53 years!
Art Nouveau is an artistic movement that revolutionized art in its entirety. It was born out of a desire to break the rigidities of classicism that had been ruling art for 3 centuries.
At the end of the 19th century, freedom is in the air and erotism enters the world of art. Artists can then follow their creative temptations freely! Gaudí, Guimard, Lalique or Grasset are one of the biggest names in Art Nouveau.
Art Deco finds its roots in Art Nouveau. Naturally, this retrospective presents it through an exhibition that focuses on the work of Tamara de Lempicka, the queen of Art Deco!
Indeed this retrospective consists of two exhibitions: one is about Art Nouveau and the other about Art Deco. They perfectly combine giving the visitor the opportunity to understand the evolution of these movements.
More than 200 works of art and objects are presented at the exhibitions. All of them have been created by Art Nouveau and Art Deco founders and artists.
Enjoy the exhibitions at the Picture Gallery and stay in our 4-star hotel in Paris, located in Madeleine district in Paris city centre close to the Picture Gallery and the public transport.
Art Nouveau, Art Deco Retrospective - Paris
Paris Picture Gallery
28, place de la Madeleine
For more information, visit Paris Picture Gallery’s website.