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Two great art exhibits in Paris

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If you're currently in Paris and love art, there are two exhibits you might overlook...and you'd be sorry to miss them.

The first just opened today: Van Gogh et le Japonisme: Van Gogh's paintings inspired by Hiroshige. Paintings of Van Gogh's I've never seen before, mostly from the last two years of his life, owned by a museum in the Netherlands; and a huge array of Hiroshiges and some of his contemporaries. It's just glorious. At the Pinqcothèque 28 Place Madeleine Metro: Madeleine. This show will be there until March 17.

The second show is at the Fondation Cartier , 261 Blvd. Raspail (14th arr. Metro: Raspail) It'scalled Histoires de voir: Show and Tell and presents the works of over 50 painters and sculptors from around the world. They have often been considered as "outsider" artists and have rarely been exhibited. It is an amazing show and it closes Oct. 21.

Enjoy!

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