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What exhibitions to do in Paris in February 2023?

Paris is a city with a rich historical and cultural heritage. Between museums and historical monuments, the capital presents itself as an immense land of perpetual discoveries. Take advantage of your stay in Paris to discover the exhibitions that will take place in February 2023.


Carbon footprint: the unique and free exhibition of street artist Seth

From October 28, 2022 to February 26, 2023, French urban artist Seth is moving to Fluctuart, the world’s first floating urban art center. Does the name of this street artist ring a bell? It’s probably his fresco on rue Buot, in the 13th arrondissement, that caught your attention. He denounces the war in Ukraine, through a scene where a little girl crashes into a Russian tank while brandishing a Ukrainian flag.

But the artist became known long before the buzz that this fresco made on social networks. So he is recognized for children’s paintings that he creates on the walls of buildings around the world.

But at the start of 2023, it is at the Fluctuart center that we find him, for the free and unique exhibition “Carbon Footprint”which plunges us into the heart of his artistic career. We discover his travel diaries, his photos, his paintings, as well as works of street art.


Dream of Egypt, the exhibition that will take you on a journey to the Rodin Museum

Everyone, or almost, knows the major works of the sculptor Auguste Rodin, such as The Thinker or The Kiss. But did you know that the artist also developed a great passion for Egypt?

See you, then, at the Rodin Museum, from October 18, 2022 to March 5, 2023 to discover the temporary exhibition Dream of Egypt. You will then have plenty of time to admire the collection of more than 400 restored objects offering an elegant portrait of Egypt, from the pre-Pharaonic era to the Arab period. Drawings, sculptures, photographs and personal archives are exhibited there, revealing the importance of Rodin’s passion for Egypt, its history and its culture.

You will then perceive the influence of Egyptian culture on Rodin’s art, whether on the subjects he tackles or on his way of sculpting bodies.


“This is not a body”, a hyperrealist exhibition at the Maillol museum

Are you fond of unusual exhibitions that you won’t see anywhere else? Come to the Maillot museum, from September 8, 2022 to March 5, 2023, to discover the surprising traveling exhibition “This is not a body”.

On the menu ? Of the extremely realistic sculptures focused on the human body. Far from the wax statues of the Grévin museum, this exhibition offers you a more astonishing, almost disturbing glimpse of the human body, where a young girl hugs a deformed creature in her arms, while an old lady holds a new-born child tenderly against her. born.

You will be captivated by the perfect illusion that this forty hyperrealist works, and learn to discover this artistic movement born in the 1960s. Hyperrealism then pushes us to question ourselves about art and reality, and the exhibition “This is not a body” knows how to create doubt with these immobile creatures imagined by dozens of international artists.

Unusual: the Maillol museum, in collaboration with the French Federation of Naturism, offers a nude visit to the exhibition on November 10, 11 and 17, 2022.


Other exhibitions in Paris in February 2023

Cultural events are very numerous in Paris, and if the 3 exhibitions mentioned above have made your mouth water, others temporary exhibitions are organized in February 2023 in Parisian cultural spaces and museums:

  • The new “Monet-Mitchell” exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation;
  • The “Picasso and Prehistory” exhibition at the Musée de l’Homme;
  • The free temporary exhibition “Serge Gainsbourg – The exact word”, at the Center Pompidou;
  • The exceptional exhibition “Kimono”, at the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac;
  • The temporary exhibition dedicated to the Indian painter Sayed Haider Raza, at the Center Pompidou;
  • The exhibition “Black is beautiful” by Faith Ringgold, at the Picasso National Museum;
  • The exhibition honoring Marc Chagall, at the Atelier des Lumières…

There is no shortage of exhibitions in Paris, so do not hesitate to inquire at the other major sites: the Jardin des Plantes, the Bourse du Commerce, the Luxembourg Museum…


After your visits, enjoy our hotel in Paris 7!

To be able to take full advantage of all the artistic events in the City of Light, you need a comfortable and well-located pied-à-terre. The Cadran Hotel welcomes you to a 4-star establishment for your stay in Paris.

Cadran Hotel displays an authentic design, centered on the theme of wine. Immerse yourself in a bubble of calm, where you will find warm rooms, a large pleasant terrace, and even a self-service wine by the glass distributor.

From standard rooms to family rooms, the Cadran Hotel is a must for your trips to Paris. In the heart of the 7th arrondissement, and very well served by public transport, the top-of-the-range establishment allows you to reach all the most beautiful sites in just a few minutes, from the Eiffel Tower at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

And after having surveyed the exhibition centers and the streets of Paris, what could be more pleasant than being able to relax in a space of well-being? Le Cadran offers you this unique opportunity to relax in the hotel spa, Or a sauna and a jacuzzi are just waiting for you.


Art lovers can only be seduced by the cultural offer of the city of Paris. Now it’s up to you to choose the temporary exhibitions from February 2023that tempt you, and to establish a schedule so as not to miss anything. The Cadran Hotel welcomes you to quietly enjoy all these events.