Paul Éluard Online Exhibit
September 3, 2022 – Indefinitely
This online exhibit brings to life the personal relationships and the intellectual passions that threatened to tear apart the newly formed artistic movement called Surrealism.
Musée Louvre- Paris, France
October 5, 2022 - January 30, 2023
Les Choses. La nature morte de la Préhistoire á nos jours aims to celebrate the new discoveries made on this topic since 1952. The Louvre will look beyond chronological and geographical borders and to do so, will include works from multiple cultures. Also included for an added layre are contributions by contemporary artists who are inspired by their predecessors but can change our view of the past.
The Shape of Dreams
November 25, 2022 – April 30, 2023
The Shape of Dreams explores 500 years of dream-inspired paintings from the 16th to 20th century, demonstrating how artists throughout time have depicted a profound yet common phenomenon of human experience — the dream. The exhibition will examine how Western artists have depicted dreams for very different audiences throughout time, exploring the continuity and disconnections between the past and present.
Paul Éluard: Poetry, Politics, Love
September 3, 2022 – January 8, 2023
Paul Éluard: Poetry, Politics, Love explores the world of the most celebrated and idealistic of all surrealist poets, Paul Éluard. Known as “the Poet of Freedom,” Éluard helped found Surrealism, the French art movement whose poetry celebrated dreams, love and freedom. The exhibition has three sections: one exploring his transition from surrealist poet to communist poet, one focused on his love of poetry and the significant loves of his life, and a final section presenting several examples of his poetry from various periods of his career.
Musée des Arts Décoratifs- Paris, France
June 30 - October 17, 2022
Shocking! The Surreal World of Elsa Schiaparelli brings together 520 works including 272 silhouettes and accessories by Schiaparelli herself, displayed alongside iconic paintings, sculptures, jewelry, perfumes, ceramics, posters and photographs by the likes of Schiaparelli’s dear friends and contemporaries: Man Ray, Salvador Dalí, Jean Cocteau, Meret Oppenheim and Elsa Triolet.