We love Artistes à la Une's project, this beautiful auction selling (fake) cover by great artists. Even though Libération played the game in 2016, and Vogue in 2019, this year, discover Togeth'Her x Madame Figaro unveiling 26 female portraits shot by 26 international contemporary artists. To see infrom June 4 to July 4, 2021 at La Monnaie de Paris, before auction at Artcurial.
Because of the coronavirus epidemic, the Monnaie de Paris museum invites history lovers to discover its new exhibition, Akan, the values of trade, from July and until February 28, 2021. A dive into the story of the Akan people, and especially the Ashanti and their oh-so particular use of gold as an exchange currency. The exhibition is closed until further notice.
Kiki Smith at the Monnaie de Paris, this is the compelling exhibition you don’t want to miss from October 18, 2019 to February 9, 2020. For this first event and monographic exhibition, the artist takes over the historic monument with 100 works so that you can discover her productions from 1980 to nowadays.
Brace yourself because you’ll be surprised! For its great contemporary exhibition 2018, the Monnaie de Paris leaves carte blanche to contemporary Indian artist Subodh Gupta who loves working metal. An artistic UFO to visit from April 13 to August 26, 2018.
If you are looking for a Girl Power exhibition, don’t miss Women House displayed from October 20, 2017 to January 28, 2018 at the Monnaie de Paris. Covering over 1000sqm, 40 female artists from the 20th and 19th centuries express what – according to them – feelings of a woman in the domestic space are like. Sometimes like a safe cocoon, workplace or even prison, women finally describe the story of women in their interiors, from the desperate housewife to the modern woman!
After 5 years of renovation works, Monnaie de Paris workshops of excellence opens on September 30, 2017 with new activities focused on French know-how and luxury. Let’s discover the coining workshop, art collections and gardens in the heart of Paris!