- 46 Rue du Bac 75007 Paris France
- +33 1 42 22 30 07
Deyrolle is a fantastic taxidermy shop that's been open since 1831. The shop occupies two floors with several rooms full of tons of exotic and majestic animals, all of which are very pretty and very dead. The place is very inviting and is a somewhat well-known tourist attraction, so it's definitely worth popping in if you're in the neighborhood, even if you're not actually interested in buying any taxidermied creatures. Deyrolle is a reference in the field of taxidermy. We can find birds, beasts and mammals from all over the world. At Deyrolle, with only a few exceptions, no animal was killed to be mounted: the non-domestic species come from zoos, parks, where they died of old age or illness.
Mon - Sat : 10am - 7pm
- 61 Rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris France
- +33 1 42 22 59 58
Recently reopened, small museum but sharp exhibitions, it's worth it. Since 1995, many exhibitions were held in honour of great figures in the History of Art: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, Morandi, Basquiat, Bacon, Keith Haring, Poliakoff, Rauchenberg, Bonnard, Fujita and soon Giacometti. Not to be missed: In 1739, the nuns of the Récollets convent graciously endowed the city with land to build a monumental fountain in the heart of this district. Edme Bouchardon, the Royal Sculptor, created the majestic Fontaine des Quatre-Saisons, built between 1739 and 1745 for the glory of the City of Paris. It now forms a magnificent foreground to the façade of the museum. The whole fountain was classified as a historic monument in 1862.
Mon - Sat : 10:30am - 6:30pm
- 261 Boulevard Raspail 75014 Paris France
- +33 1 42 18 56 50
Initiated in 1984 by Alain Dominique Perrin, President of Cartier International at the time, on a suggestion by the artist César, the Fondation Cartier has been housed in an airy building filled with light that was designed by the architect Jean Nouvel. In this unique setting, exhibitions, conferences and artistic productions come to life. At once a creative space for artists and a place where art and the general public can meet, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is dedicated to promoting and raising public awareness of contemporary art. Each year, the Fondation Cartier organizes a program of exhibitions based on either individual artists or themes, and commissions work from artists, thus enriching an important collection. Last exhibitions: Junya Ishigami, David Lynch, Bruce Nauman, Fernell Franco, Daido Moriyama,...
Tue -Sun : 11am - 8pm
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