Hallelujah! We have already started to taste the flavor of freedom with the end of the lockdown and the curfew at 11 pm. We can enjoy Paris and all that it has to offer. For a good beginning of summer, we bring you the top 5 exhibitions not to be missed.We have options for everyone, from free outdoor exhibitions to immersive ones that will give you an incredible experience. Paris is back to life and so are we!
1. Colors festival:
Abandoned building in Paris = Art.
The colors festival is an incredible immersive street art exhibition in the 11th arrondissement which brings together various artists and different forms of art. Each room in the building belongs to an artist, who makes it his own to create amazing pieces of art.
There are a great variety of proposals and we can find different pieces of art in every corner of the building, from the floor to the windows and the ceiling. Also, you’ll have the chance to see the artists working, since every week, artworks are renewed or changed by new ones. This exhibition takes you to different universes in each of its corners.
Kids under 13 years old (free), students / people over 60 years old(5 euros) and full price (10 euros).
81 avenue de la République, 75011
Tuesday to Friday (from 1 pm to 6 pm)
Saturday and Sunday (from 11 am to 6 pm)
2. Les extatiques:
Hey don’t worry! We also bring you free outdoor exhibitions. Les extatiques is an exhibition of contemporary art in the heart of La Defense. You can find 69 works of art throughout La Defense, we can assure you an incredible experience with pieces of art that will make you see La Defense differently, you’re gonna feel inspired and especially you’re gonna add to your day a touch of unparalleled art.
Free for everyone
Esplanade de La Défense
Open all the time
Get ready to go to La Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, where you’re gonna find a series of photographs taken by the artists Daido Moriyama and Shomei Tomatsu who conceived the exhibition to pay tribute to their cities.Each artist has a floor to show their artwork.
Moriyama-Tomatsu will transport you to a different place just by seeing the pictures, you’ll know the cities through the eyes of their creators and that makes it even more special.
Price students / people over 60 years old/ job seekers/ teachers/ people under 26 years old (7 euros) and full price (11 euros).
5/7 rue de Fourcy, 75004
Wednesday to Friday (from 11 am to 7:45 pm)
Saturday and Sunday (from 10 am to 7:45 pm)
4. Louis de Funés:
Bercy Village and the french cinematheque offer us a free exhibition on Louis de Funés, the french actor, who made a lot of people laugh all over France. This exposition takes us on a journey into the past with 30 selected movie posters of the most important moments of Louis de Funés career and best of all, it’s free and outdoors!
free for everyone
28 rue François Truffaut, 75012
open all the time
5. Olivier Ratsi:
Do you want an experience out of the ordinary? If you’re up for it, we bring you the immersive exhibition of Olivier Ratsi at la Gaîté Lyrique. You’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in luminous pieces of art, music, and a visual experience that’s gonna blow your mind, why? Because the artist wanted to play with our perception of reality, playing with the color spectrum, darkness, movement, and light saturation.
The price to enter the exhibition is 10 euros, full price, 8 euros for people aged 12 to 26 years old and 6 euros for kids. You can’t miss it!
People aged 12 to 26 years old (8 euros)
Kids under 12 years old (6 euros)
others (10 euros).
3 rue Papin, 75002
Tuesday to Friday (from 2 pm to 8 pm)
Saturday and Sunday (from 12 am to 7 pm)