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Henri Matisse, "La Blouse roumaine," 1940; Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne, Donation from the artist to the State, © Succession H. Matisse, photo © and courtesy of the Centre Pompidou, Mnam / Cci / G. Meguerditchian / Dist. Rmn-Gp, 2020.
Paris, 4th arrondissement

“Matisse, Like a novel”

Organized within a nine-chapter timeline, “Matisse, Like a novel” traces the life and practice of the artist Henri Matisse.

October 21, 2020 - February 22, 2021

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henri Matisse, “Matisse, Like a novel” traces the life and practice of the artist through an exhibition in nine chapters. Featuring around 230 artworks and 70 documents and archives, the exhibition at Centre Pompidou begins with his early days of painting in the 1890s and spans through the end of his practice. Including insight from authors like Clement Greenberg, Georges Duthuit, and the artist himself, the exhibition includes works like the experimental 1914 painting White and Pink Head, pieces from his fauvist period, and work like his stained glass windows and ceramics.

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19 Rue Beaubourg, 75004 Paris, France
Oct 21 - Feb 22
Centre Pompidou
“Matisse, Like a novel”
Organized within a nine-chapter timeline, “Matisse, Like a novel” traces the life and practice of the artist Henri Matisse.

Exhibitions

Paris, 4th arrondissement |Exhibitions

Martin Barré

This major retrospective of the late Martin Barré brings together 66 paintings made between 1955—1992.

Artavazd Pelechian: “La Nature”

Fondation Cartier has presented the world premiere of Artavazd Pelechian’s film work La Nature.

Sarah Sze: Night Into Day

Sarah Sze’s solo show “Night Into Day” at Fondation Cartier interacts with Jean Nouvel’s architecture to transform the visitor’s perception of and experience within the space itself.

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