Exhibitions in Paris in July


You're in Paris in July? Do not despair, though the capital is little bit empty of its inhabitants that does not mean there is nothing to do or see, on the contrary. Quarter of Paris in summer Outdoor Cinema de la Villette, it is not shortage of activities to occupy your July.

Paris Summer Quarter Festival is another popular event very expected, this one takes place between July 14 and August 9 and offers a selection of performances of all kinds in Paris and the suburbs, songs, dance, theater, exhibitions, all in public places such as parks or churches.

Do not miss the evening of outdoor cinema at La Villette ', the outdoor film festival of the hard Villette from 19 July to 21 August, on this occasion the great meadow of Villette becomes an outdoor movie theater. Admission is free and you can rent blankets and chairs. Great, as long as the weather is mild

Listed expo are listed below (not all) for the month of July 2012.


Archaeological -Crypte du Parvis Notre Dame; History of Lutetia

-Tour John the Fearless. Wine in the Middle Ages

National Maritime -Musée. History of lighthouses

-Cité Sciences. Gallic, a stunning exposure

-Pinacothèque. Modigliani, Soutine and the adventure of Montparnasse

-Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris; Crumb: from the underground to the genesis

-House of Victor Hugo;. The rainbows in black

-Cinémathèque. Tim Burton

-Musée Quai Branly. . The masters of disorder

-Musée Jacquemart-André; . Twilight of the Pharaohs

-The Grand Palais; Animal beauty: Dürer to Jeff Koons

-Musée Luxembourg;. Cima da Conegliano, master of the Venetian Renaissance

-Institut the Arab world. The body discovered

-Musée of Romantic Life. Romantic theaters in Paris

-Musée of Masonry. Corto Maltese and the secrets of initiation

-Musée Maillol, Artemisia.. Power, glory and the passions of a woman painter

-Musée Art and History Judaism; The Jews in Orientalism

Boulogne Billancourt:

-Musée of the 30s;. One hundred animal sculptures

-Musée Albert Kahn. Mongolia between two eras. 1912 - 1913