What do Paris museums have on the agenda for this season? You can expect impressionists, pop icons, underground radicals and cubists, a joyful mix of genres and disciplines, combining painting, sculpture, photography and music… we focus on some of the unmissable exhibitions that break with convention and truly deserve to be on your itinerary in Paris.
KOHEI NAWA | Throne, at the Louvre

From July 13, 2018 to January 14, 2019. This year, Paris pays tribute to Japan as part of the 2018 Japanese cultural season. To celebrate the land of the Rising Sun, the Louvre presents artist Kohei Nawa. Directly beneath the iconic glass pyramid, his monumental work Throne brilliantly mixes Japanese cultural tradition with the most advanced technologies. A sculpture covered with gold leaf that leaves all who see it with a lasting impression… KOHEI NAWA | Throne at the Louvre