Exhibitions & Festivals

5 free photo exhibitions

Confinement, “reinforced braking measures”, limitation of international travel or closure of cultural centers are all reasons that keep us away from museums and galleries. However, thanks to the magic of the internet, culture remains accessible!

We have selected 5 free photo exhibitions so as not to be cut off from Photography. They are accessible thanks to the excellent site of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), available in french and in english.

Les Nadar, une légende photographique

The Nadars, because the exhibition offered by the BnF does not stop at the most famous Nadar, Félix, Tournachon of his real name. The beautifully staged exhibition explores the works and innovations of Félix, his brother Adrien and his son Paul.

Direct link : Les Nadar, une légende photographique

Atget, regards sur la ville

Atget, Eugene by his first name, is a photographer about whom we don’t know much apart from these photographs. He took a systematic look at the Paris of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Direct link : Atget, regards sur la ville

Paysages français, une aventure photographique 1984-2017

Keep calm and take your time, this exhibition will take you to many places through the eyes of illustrious photographers such as Raymond Depardon or Robert Doisneau. In town, in the countryside or by the ocean, in color, in black & white, there is something for everyone.

Direct link : Paysages français, une aventure photographique 1984-2017

Agence France Presse 1944-2004

This exhibition invites you to dive into the heart of the news for 60 years. The opportunity to (re) explore the highlights of the second half of the 20th century.

Direct link : Agence France Presse 1944-2004

Les expositions universelles à Paris 1867-1900

Change of century with a dive into the 19th century through the five universal exhibitions in 1855, 1867, 1878, 1889, 1900.

The one from 1889 shows the construction of the Eiffel Tower, the Iron Lady.

Direct link : Les expositions universelles à Paris 1867-1900

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