Our exhibitions of the autumn
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Each year, Paris presents superb original exhibitions distinguished by their scale and quality. Autumn 2019 will certainly be up to the usual high standard, as demonstrated by three exhibitions that the Hotel Juliana team is eager to tell you about.
Essential; Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre
From October 24th, 2019 to February 24th, 2020, the Louvre marks the five-hundredth anniversary of the death of the consummate genius Leonardo da Vinci. Around the five paintings held in the museum’s collection, the curators gathered a set of sculptures, drawings and paintings that show the extent of the interests and talents of the astonishingly accomplished polymath. This retrospective is based on 10 years of work and the very latest research. Please note that a record attendance has been forecast, so you are advised to book as soon as possible.
Contemporary art also in the spotlight
The Parisian autumn will also feature two exhibitions dedicated to artists closer to us in time. The first, Toulouse-Lautrec; Resolutely Modern takes us into the Paris nightlife of the late 19th century with the artist’s portraits, often full of humour, that depicted the typical characters of Montmartre. At the Grand Palais from October 9th to January 27th.
The second runs from October 11th to March 1st, 2020 and traces the journey of an artist whose life is inseparable from the great dramas of the 20th century; Hans Hartung. Questioning human progress and visual techniques, the artist's itinerary is a common theme of this in-depth exhibition. Note that it will mark the reopening, following renovations, of the Museum of Modern Art.
The Hotel Juliana is ideally located for easy access to the greatest exhibitions of Paris and our team will be happy to help you arrange your visits. That said, we advise you to book your admission tickets as soon as possible as the abovementioned exhibitions are sure to be hugely popular.
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