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Best Exhibitions In Europe: March
Best Exhibitions In Europe: March
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Henri Rousseau, Helena Almeida

Exotic, colorful, fantasy - all this is about the paintings of Henri Rousseau, with which in Paris it will be doubly pleasant to spend spring and meet summer. Anyone who is in the Musée d'Orsay from March 22 to July 17 will be able to compare his paintings with the works of Delaunay, Kandinsky, Picasso and other great artists of the last century.

Be sure to check out the Chinese art exhibition at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, as well as the first French retrospective of Portuguese artist Helena Almeida, which is open at the Jeu de Paume from 9 February to 22 May.


Helena Almeida. Pintura habitada [Peinture habitée], 1975.


Monet, Picasso, Delacroix and more

"Botticelli and the Treasures of the Hamilton Collection" at the Courtauld Gallery (February 18 - May 15), "Fashion History in a Hundred Objects

If you haven't been to Damien Hirst's new art space yet, head to John Hoyland's inaugural Newport Street Gallery exhibition - open until April 3. Do not forget about the Royal Academy of Arts, where until April 20, "garden painting" by artists from Monet to Picasso is presented.


Vincent Van Gogh. Olive Trees with Yellow Sky and Sunshine, 1889. Collection of the Minneapolis Art Institute.


Grayson Perry: Hold Your Beliefs Lightly

Bonnefantenmuseum, February 26 - June 5

One of the main spring exhibitions in Maastricht, Netherlands (not counting the annual TEFAF art fair) is Hold Your Beliefs Lightly - a personal exhibition of a British artist who has always been a very "prickly" figure in the art world. An infinite number of techniques and materials - including tapestries, ceramics, cast iron sculptures, as well as films, self-made dresses and even personally designed houses - and an unconventional approach to the world around him have earned Grayson Perry the prestigious Turner Prize and wide international recognition. After Maastricht, where his exhibition will last until early June, Perry's work will go to the ARoS museum in Danish Aarhus, the same one that has been particularly popular in recent years thanks to the rainbow observation deck by Olafur Eliasson.

Grayson Perry



Palazzo Braschi, March 10 - April 10

The variety of serpentine forms in contemporary art, jewelry, photography, design and other creative fields can be found in detail in Rome at the SerpentiForm exhibition. The story of a symbol of particular importance to Bvlgari is told in chronological order - from antique jewelry, viewers will proceed to the Serpenti jewelry creations from the House's archives. Curated by Lucia Boscaini, head of Bvlgari's heritage department, the exhibits also include art objects, photographs and illustrations, vintage clothing, theater costumes and design items.



Thomas Demand: L'image volée

Fondazione Prada, 18 March - 28 August

The exhibition L'image volée (or The stolen image) is more than 90 exhibits that in one sense or another can be called “stolen”: the artist Thomas Demand, who acted as its curator, explores how authors rely on existing images of reality when creating own works of art. You can see and hear the "echo" on the example of more than 60 artists who worked from the 1820s to the present day: in Fondazione Prada they pay attention to Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Maurizio Cattelan, Gerhard Richter and many other art figures of the first magnitude.

John Baldessari. Poster for the L'image volée exhibition at the Fondazione Prada, 2016.

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