Agenda

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Église Saint-Eustache

HORS-LES-MURS - Hélène Janicot at Saint-Eustache church

Winner of a Rubis Mécénat production grant in partnership with the Saint-Eustache church and the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Hélène Janicot, a 5th year student, is exhibiting a work in three stations installed in the heart of the church.

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HORS-LES-MURS - Hélène Janicot à l’église Saint-Eustache

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Cabinet des dessins

Baalbek The great journey in Lebanon

Baalbek, an emblematic site in the Bekaa plain in northeastern Lebanon, attracted two young architects in the 19th century who were boarders at the French Academy in Rome: Achille Joyau and Gaston Redon.

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Baalbek Le grand voyage au Liban

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Palais des Beaux-Arts

Pour en finir encore - Félicités 2022

Pour en finir encore* presents the eighteen artists who obtained their National Superior Diploma of Plastic Arts from the Beaux-Arts de Paris with the Congratulations of the jury.

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Pour en finir encore - Félicités 2022

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Fondation Pernod Ricard

HORS-LES-MURS - L'avancée avec Charlotte Simonnet

The Pernod Ricard Foundation and the Beaux-Arts de Paris renew their collaboration for 2022-2023. Charlotte Simonnet, a 3rd year student at the Atelier Tatiana Trouvé, presents her installation Coutures as part of the "L'Avancée" programme.

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HORS-LES-MURS - L'avancée avec Charlotte Simonnet


Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Week-end à l’Est - Alisa Lozhkina

Alisa Lozhkina is one of the most important historians, critics and curators of Ukrainian art.

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Week-end à l’Est - Alisa Lozhkina


Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Penser le présent with Marie-José Mondzain

On the occasion of her latest book K comme Kolonie: Kafka et la décolonisation de l'imaginaire, published by La Fabrique, Marie-José Mondzain talks to Alain Berland and Christian Joskhe.

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Penser le présent avec Marie-José Mondzain


Événement

Librairie des Beaux-Arts de Paris

Private Christmas sale at the Beaux-Arts bookshop in Paris

Books, posters, prints, postcards, gift items at exceptional prices.

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Vente privée


Événement

Chapelle des Petits-Augustins

We are (still) not somewhere

Students from the Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Faculdade de Belas-Artes of the University of Lisbon have collectively imagined an event for the Chapelle des Petits-Augustins based on performances, films and sound pieces...

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Nous ne sommes (toujours) pas quelque part


Événement

Amphithéâtre de morphologie

ATFU – Sirine Ammar, Clara Citron et Clémentine Tissot

To bring together visual artists, Sirine Ammar, Clara Citron and Clémentine Tissot have developed the ATFU application, which takes up a fundamental use: the bartering of works between artists.

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ATFU – Sirine Ammar, Clara Citron et Clémentine Tissot


Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Penser le présent with Loraine Baud and Simon Nicaise

Arts and radio: meeting with Loraine Baud and Simon Nicaise, co-directors of DUUU radio, on the relationship between radio and contemporary creation.

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Penser le présent avec Loraine Baud et Simon Nicaise


Master Class

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Masterclass of Bertrand Lavier

Les Amis des Beaux-Arts are organising a masterclass by Bertrand Lavier, in dialogue with Bernard Blistène.

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Masterclass Bertrand Lavier


Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Penser le Présent with Joann Sfar

Comics, graphic novels, novels, cinema... Joann Sfar has an insatiable appetite. Meet a man who is helping to make comics an art form in its own right.

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Penser le Présent avec Joann Sfar


Événement

INHA

HORS-LES-MURS - Memories of workshops II

The Reg-Arts project (Beaux-Arts de Paris, CNRS, INHA) aims to understand the history of the Beaux-Arts de Paris in a multidisciplinary way, through the creation of a digital resource

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HORS-LES-MURS - Mémoires d'ateliers II