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This is the biggest exhibition space in Paris, and the seventh biggest in Europe, with 220,000 m² available over eight halls and over 6 million annual visitors.

It is also the site for the projected new 'Triangle' building, the first Parisian skyscraper to rise above the habitual 37-metre limits for decades.

Getting to the Porte de Versailles exhibition park has been made easier in the last few years with the addition of a tramway line (the metro alreday stops there) and a second is due to open in the next few years.

Its location on the south-western outskirts of Paris also makes access to Orly airport simple.

photo by François @ Edito.qc.ca (http://www.flickr.com/photos/francois/) used under cc licence

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How to get there

Metro 12 (and Tramway line T3) :
Porte de Versailles

Bus 39, 80

Champs-Élysées news

from the 2018-02-06 until the 2018-05-13

Dutch artists in Paris, 1789-1914

Van Gogh, Van Dongen, Mondrian...

The Petit Palais museum is presenting, from February 06th until May 13th, 2018, an exceptional exhibition that puts on view artworks by Dutch and French artists who produced some of the most noteworthy works of art from 1789 up until 1914.

Most of the works date back mainly to the 19th century and are brought together, on this occasion, in an attempt to throw light on the important aesthetic exchanges that took place between the artists and the great impact of the Dutch on the evolution art in France.

This temporary exhibition actually makes a special opportunity for every art enthusiast to contemplate rare and unique works by leading masters of art such as Van Gogh, Jongkind, Ary Scheffer, Mondrian, and other contemporary artists.

To visit "Dutch artists in Paris, 1789-1914", you can book your ticket online via the website of the museum to avoid the queue.


Curators:
Edwin Becker, Head of Exhibitions, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Stéphanie Cantarutti, Chief Curator, Petit Palais, Paris
Christophe Leribault, Director of the Petit Palais, Paris
Mayken Jonkman, Curator, 19th-Century Art, RKD, The Hague

The exhibition is the result of a joint effort by the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam and the Petit Palais, Paris, and the RKD, The Hague.



The Petit Palais,
Avenue Winston Churchill,
75008 Paris

01 53 43 40 00
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