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Jurassic World at Paris Cité du Cinéma

Jurassic World

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the long-awaited new installment in the Jurassic Park/World franchise. This new summer blockbuster takes beloved characters, and their fans, through an interesting story of endangered species and genetic engineering. It does so with the same great visuals and sets that fans have come to expect. French fans can now learn a little more about both of those aspects of the movie via a new exhibition at Paris’ Cité du Cinéma. There are all the typical cinematic exhib… ...

The abstract art of the 50s

Abstract Art

Nestled in Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, from February 5th through September 10th, 2018, the Espace Musées invites travelers flying from Hall M at Terminal 2E to discover twenty-one abstract artworks that belong to the Centre Pompidou, one of the most prestigious art institutions in Paris. Aiming at breaking away from reality in representing imagery in art, the concept of abstraction in art had a highly significant influence on many leading artists in Europe, especially in the 20th century, … ...

Fête des Tuileries 2018

Every summer Paris comes alive with the sounds of children laughing and hollering down slides and merry-go-rounds at the Jardin des Tuileries on the occasion of the Fête des Tuileries. Being the second largest in the city after La Foire du Trone, thanks to the diversity of attractions it offers and the strategic place it has, the funfair has been drawing Parisian families as well as tourists from throughout the world for over three decades until the present day. From the 6G modern merry-go-rou… ...

François I and Dutch Art

King François I of France was widely popular for his passionate thirst for art. He patronized many prominent European artists including Andrea del Sarto and Leonardo da Vinci and founded the popular Italian school at Fontainebleau, which is actually the largest building project he ever built. An outstanding exhibition that aims at highlighting the king’s fascination with Dutch art is held at the Louvre Museum, in Paris, bringing together an extraordinary body of works from his art collection. T… ...


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