People taking Paris tours over the coming months will have the opportunity to visit an art exhibition that will transport them to a world defined by the surreal and supernatural.
The Musee d’Art Moderne display at the Palais de Tokyo, which visitors will be able to see until May 24th, focuses on the early surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico.
De Chirico was one of the most influential figures in the growth and success of the surrealist movement, providing inspiration for the likes of Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte and Giorgio Morandi.
The exhibition in Paris represents the first time in more than 25 years that there has been a display exclusively dedicated to De Chirico in the French capital.
People on Paris tours will be taken on an absorbing and thorough journey through the artist’s body of work at the exhibition, which features some 170 paintings, sculptures and pieces of graphic art.
Arguably the most famous art institution of all in Paris is the Centre Pompidou, which this year will devote an exhibition to the great painter Wassily Kandinsky.
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