Subject: Ideas to go out this week in France - Citibreak Newsletter

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK
Must see Exhibitions and Venues this week in France
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Exhibition - Michel Houellebecq
Palais de Tokyo | Paris
Called "Staying alive", like one of his first novel, this exhibition is not "on" Michel Houellebecq, but an exhibition created by him, composed of photos, but also films, as well as invitations to many artists like Iggy Pop or Robert Combas.


Exhibition - Max Ernst / Yves Tanguy
Paul Valery Museum Séte

Through more than 70 works from international sources, the exhibition offers an unprecedented dialogue between the works of two major painters of surrealism Max Ernst (1891-1976) and Yves Tanguy (1900-1955). The public can follow the artistic career (painting, drawing, collage, sculpture) both parallel and divergent of these two visionary artists.


Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild Gardens
Saint-Jean de Cap Ferrat

The villa is surrounded by nine magnificent themed gardens where visitors can discover at random from his walk, the arrangement of the French garden, the lush vegetation of Spanish and Florentine gardens, the richness of the rose garden or the rare species exotic garden ... A beautiful visit for this summer.


Exhibition - Marvels Avengers
Esplanade de la Défense


Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N arrives in Paris - La Défense for an unprecedented recruitment session on the Esplanade de la Défense. The exhibition, fully immersive, leads us into the world of Marvel Super Heroes: one is faced with the Avengers and we must prove ourselves to be one of them.



Château Latour
Pauillac


1855 Premier Cru Classé from Pauillac, we do not need to present this prestigious wine. Discover this mythical wine in a beautiful location along the Garonne river. The tour is free and you can do a tasting. Be careful, you have to book it first.


European Photo Exhibition Award
Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian | Paris


The exhibition presents the work of twelve young European photographers invited, as part of this third edition of EPEA, to work on the theme Shifting Borders. Landscapes ideals and realities in Europe."



Exhibition - From Kandisky to Pollock
Palazzo Strozzi | Florence

More than 100 masterpieces - paintings, sculptures and photographs - from the Guggenheim collections in New York and Venice offer visitors the opportunity to compare the essential works of European artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Man Ray with those of famous American artists such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Wilhelm de Kooning, Alexander Calder. An amazing exhibition.
ARTISTS ... TO FOLLOW
Fracture Between Rich and Poor - Astonishing Air Shots
Johnny Miller
Photographer Johnny Miller wanted to capture the spectacular fracture between rich and poor from a new perspective, he decided to photograph many of South African neighborhood from hundreds of meters high for a series called "Unequal Scenes". Revealing and surprising.


An Incredible Aluminum Structure of 52 Foot High
Wolfgang Buttress


This gigantic structure forty-four tons of aluminum has just been installed at Kew Gardens in London. This hive structure from english artist Wolfgang Buttress "The Hive" won the gold medal of the 2015 exhibition in Milan, it represents both aesthetically and symbolically the importance of protecting the bee.


The Celebration of Life Through Death
Cyprien Clément-Delmas

In some cultures death is celebrated in sadness. In others it is an opportunity to celebrate the joy of life and honor him, as in Ghana. French director Cyprien Clément-Delmas imagined his latest short film, entitled Life After Life, based on this custom. A realization filled with humanity and poetry.

Discover the Magic of Mapping Projection
Sila Sveta


World leader in the mapping projection, SILA SVETA reveals a compilation of its best shows (monument, concert, theater ...). Stunning, magical, incredible ... the superlatives abound.

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