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Fondation Louis Vuitton

So, let's talk about the Louis Vuitton museum – an unexpected gem in the heart of Paris. Nestled within the Bois de Boulogne park, this museum isn't just any ordinary art space. Nope, it's a creation born from the visionary mind of Bernard Arnault, the founder of Fondation Louis Vuitton.

What strikes you first is its architecture – a stunning masterpiece that resembles a grand sailboat, crafted by the renowned architect Frank Gehry. I mean, seriously, it's hard not to be awestruck by its beauty. And once you step inside, oh boy, you're in for a treat!

Picture this: natural light flooding through the expansive glass walls, giving life to the vibrant artworks showcased within. With your VIP ticket, you'll breeze past the lines, ensuring you make the most of your time exploring the modern and contemporary exhibitions.

Now, here's what stood out to me – the limited number of VIP tickets available each day. This means you're not jostling through crowds; instead, you're treated to an exclusive experience. Plus, with shuttle service to whisk you to and from the museum, getting there couldn't be easier.

And here's a little insider tip for you: While you can't munch on snacks inside, you can bring a nibble to enjoy on the terrace, soaking in the Parisian ambiance. Oh, and don't forget to grab a coffee or hot chocolate from the onsite café – it's the perfect pick-me-up after a day of art appreciation.

So, if you're in Paris and looking for a unique cultural experience that's sure to impress, the Louis Vuitton museum is where it's at. Trust me, you won't regret it!

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Ongoing Exhibitions

Exhibition: Matisse, l'Atelier rouge

Until: September 9th, 2024 (111 days remaining.)

Description:
The Foundation, in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, and the SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen (Danish National Museum of Art), hosts the exhibition "Matisse, L'Atelier rouge", devoted to the genesis and history of this famous 1911 masterpiece, one of MoMA's signature works since its acquisition in 1949. It depicts the artist's studio and the paintings, sculptures and decorative objects it contains. The exhibition brings together for the first time the works present in L'Atelier rouge since they left Matisse's studio in Issy-les-Moulineaux. It is enriched by previously unpublished archive documents and works that shed light on the context of creation and the adventure of this painting.


 

Exhibition: Ellsworth Kelly. Shapes and colors, 1949-2015

Until: September 9th, 2024 (111 days remaining.)

Description:
Celebrating the centenary of the artist's birth, "Ellsworth Kelly. Formes et Couleurs, 1949-2015" is the first exhibition in France to take such a broad approach to the work of this essential creator of the second half of the 20th century, both in terms of chronology and the techniques it brings together. Organized in conjunction with the Glenstone Museum (Potomac, Maryland) and in collaboration with the Ellsworth Kelly Studio, the exhibition brings together over a hundred pieces, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs and collages. The exhibition benefits from loans from international institutions (Art Institute of Chicago, Kröller-Müller Museum, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Tate, Whitney Museum) and private collections.


 

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