Chagall, Lissitzky, Malevitch... The Russian avant-garde in Vitebsk (1918-1922)

28 Mar - 16 Jul 2018

Galerie 2

The exhibition devoted by the Centre Pompidou to the Russian avant-garde between 1918 and 1922 focuses on the work of three of its iconic figures: Marc ChagallEl Lissitzky and Kasimir Malevich. It also presents works by teachers and students of the Vitebsk art school founded in 1918 by Chagall: Vera Ermolayeva, Nicolai Suetin, Ilya Chachnik, Lazar Khidekel and David Yakerson.

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Sheila Hicks. Life Lines

7 Febr - 30 Apr 2018

Galerie 3

The Lignes de vie (Life Lines) exhibition at the Centre Pompidou brings together pieces representative of her whole career: a vast, vibrant and vital installation, pulsing with form and colour, and open onto the city thanks to the gallery’s full-length glazing giving onto street level outside. Wander freely through a body of work glorifying the life of colours, materials and forms.

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David Goldblatt

21 Febr - 13 May 2018

Galerie 4

The first retrospective on this key figure in South African photography, also a leading artist in politically committed documentaries.

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Jim Dine. Paris Reconnaissance

14 Febr - 23 Apr 2018

Galerie du musée, Galerie d'art graphique - Musée, niveau 4

Discover Jim Dine's remarkable donation: 28 works, paintings and sculptures dating from 1961 to 2016, given to the Museum by the artist.

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Latiff Mohidin. « Pago Pago » (1960-1969)

28 Febr - 28 May 2018

Musée - niveau 5, salle 1

Focus on the formative period of Malaysian painter and poet Latiff Mohidin.

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Vincent Meessen

28 Mars - 28 May 2018

Galerie 0 - Musée niveau 4

A look back from the Congo at the reification of May 68 and the history of the Situationist International, through work on buried memories.

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L'Œil écoute

4 May 2017 - 16 April 2018

Musée - niveau 5

With the "L’Œil écoute" circuit, the museum's visitors taste, through eye and ear, the "Parisian evenings" that so fascinated the artists of modernity, from the Butte Montmartre to Montparnasse, the Bal Bullier to the Tabarin cabaret, and Josephine Baker to the Black Birds. 

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