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Basquiat x Warhol à quatre mains

The exhibition Basquiat x Warhol à quatre mains at the Fondation Louis Vuitton brings together a large selection of the paintings that Basquiat and Warhol created together over a period of a year in 1984-85.
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Matisse at the Musée de l’Orangerie

A wonderful exhibition at the Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris focuses on a pivotal period in the career of Henri Matisse. It also offers a chance to see some works from U.S. collections that are rarely shown in Europe.
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Hans Belting: Face and Mask. A Double History

In "Face and Mask. A Double History" Hans Belting provides a detailed exploration of the historical and cultural significance of faces and masks. Through an analysis of the relationship between these two concepts, Belting presents a novel conceptual framework for rethinking the history of art.
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Musée de Cluny

In 2022 the Musée de Cluny in Paris, also known as the National Museum of the Middle Ages, reopened after a decade-long renovation project. The result is pretty amazing. The architecture alone is worth a visit.
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Centre Pompidou

By coincidence I have visited the Centre Pompidou three times in the past year and I realized once again what an amazing museum it is.
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Boris Mikhailov: Ukrainian Diary

Boris Mikhailov: Ukrainian Diary is the biggest retrospective of Mikhailov's work to date and includes some 800 photographs, ranging from experimental and conceptual work to documentary photography.
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Mauritshuis Revisited

The Mauritshuis is one of my favourite museums. It houses many iconic masterpieces from the 16th and 17th century. An exhibition with highlights from the Frick Collection in New York was a good reason for another visit.