I found few exhibitions in Paris that could be interesting, check this:
Tiffany & Co. Jewels as seen by Vogue Paris
The history of Vogue has often crossed paths with the Tiffany diamonds and finds itself once again on the most beautiful avenue in the world. From April 3 to 26 the new boutique at 62 avenue des Champs-Elysées will display legendary images: ultra-sensual Kate Moss shot by Mario Sorrenti and pictures from the early days of Natasha Poly and Daria Werbowy’s careers in 2005.
Photo: Tiffany & Co. Oval Key, silver chain and pendant . Photographed by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris February 2013
Croix white gold and diamond pendant and hoops Tiffany & Co. Photograph by Mario Sorrenti, Vogue Paris June/July 2010
DAVID BOWIE IS, EXHIBITION Pop icon.The Victoria and Albert Museum has dedicated a retrospective to the career of British musician and pop icon David Bowie (b. 1947, London).A singer, songwriter, producer and actor, David Bowie made his mark on the history of music, becoming a living legend.Visitors can admire some 300 objects relating to this cultural icon: handwritten lyrics, original costumes, fashion, photography, film, music videos, decorations and instruments used by Bowie. This is an unprecedented exhibition, a pop odyssey which traces Bowie’s musical partnerships as well as his personal life.A fitting tribute to the man who helped shape 20th century music, from Ziggy Stardust to China Girl. In March Bowie released a new album entitled The Next Day.
More info here: http://en.parisinfo.com/paris-show-exhibition/114114/David-Bowie-is,-exhibition From Tuesday 3 March to Sunday 31 May 2015 : – From Tuesday to Thursday from 12:00 to 20:00 – On Friday and the Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00 – Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00 From Tuesday 21 April to Sunday 3 May 2015 : – From Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00 to 20:00 Admission prices : – Reduced price : 6 € – Full price : 12 €
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Musée Herbe, Tintin arrive to Paris! The Hergé Museum in Belgium is the guest of the Herbe Museum in Paris. Visitors can discover the original drawings and trace the surprising diversity of the work of the designer. Tintin and Milou,…. all the characters are present!. Also, other museums have donated different objects that represent all the treasures discovered by Tintin during his travels to Africa, America, Egypt, China, and Tibet. From the 12th of February until the 31st of August http://www.museeherge.com/ Enjoy and if you go to any of them, give me your feedback please.