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Théâtre Marigny

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Initially built in the early 1800s and used by Offenbach, then destroyed to make way for a panorama built by Charles Garnier (the architect of Paris' opera house), the building as we know it dates from 1894 and currently belongs to François Pinault (he whose son is now married to Selma Hayak). The theatre contains one large auditorium for over 1,000 people and a smaller 311-seater called - quaintly - Popesco, after deceased French actress and previous manager of the theatre, Elvire Popesco.

The theatre is also used occasionally for concerts (recent groups include Goldfrapp and America). Backstage tours of the theatre can be organised for groups of fifteen people or more (contact www.purplebeam.com).

Click the link below to go to the official site.

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Metro 1, 13 :
Champs-Elysées Clémenceau

Bus 28, 32, 42, 49,73, 80, 93

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from the 2017-11-18 until the 2018-01-15

Carte Blanche for Jayashree Chakravarty

Earth as Haven: Under the Canopy of Love

“Earth as Haven: Under the Canopy of Love” is a new exhibition that takes place at the Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet (MNAAG) from October 18th, 2017, until January 15th, 2018, and that is dedicated to a masterpiece created by the contemporary artist, Jayashree Chakravarty.

Being the 5th carte blanche organized by the museum, the exhibit puts on display a fascinating work of art that was made by Chakravarty, particularly for this occasion.

Cotton, leaves, branches, weeds, sterns, Nepalese paper, aluminum, and more, all of these materials were creatively and cleverly used by the artist to produce a unique and magnificent piece that illustrates the world of insects and its outstanding secrets.

Boasting a selection of some of the finest Asian artworks, Musée Guimet is without a doubt one the museums that you don’t have to miss visiting in Paris. Besides, this exhibit is truly one-of-a-kind as it presents for the first time an organic artwork in the museum.



Musée Guimet,
6 Place d'Iéna, 75116 Paris, France


11,50 €
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