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Paris art this fall: what to see?

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Trying to figure out all what to see in Paris this fall? I'm working on our list online at http://cityartinsider.com/art-events-paris-fal/

For starters:

We will see Edward Hopper’s classical paintings, and learn why he kept such a classic line at the time when avant-gardists were popular, at the Grand Palais (Edward Hopper, October 10 – Jan. 28).

We’ll give Salvador Dali another look in all his madness and genius at the Centre Georges Pompidou (Salvador Dali Retrospective, November 21 to March 25).

Also at the Grand Palais, we’ll explore the popular myth of the bohemian over the centuries, with works from Georges de La Tour to Van Gogh (Bohemia, September 26 to January 14).

We’re particularly looking forward to a courageous new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art exhibition that takes a look at art produced in France during the German occupation (Art War, 1938-1947 France, October 12 to February 17).

Lots more to come, including eventually, what's on in the galleries. It's a busy autumn!

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