From Paris to Singapore: Louis Vuitton Exhibitions

This the season of Louis Vuitton, with dual exhibitions in Paris and Singapore. The history of Louis Vuitton, France’s most famous luxury leather bag maker and one of the leading lights of contemporary fashion, will be showcased at the Grand Palais in Paris from December 4, 2015 to February 21, 2016. The three-month event is designed to allow the general public to discover treasures from this giant’s past.

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Exhibit of the controversial painter Balthus in Rome

Until January the 31st of 2016, you will be able to appreciate the exhibition Le Scuderie del Quirinale, which portrays the evolution of the work created by Balthus, the polemic French artists who used elements of realism and fashioned them with oniric setting in truly transcendent paintings.

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GIEVES & HAWKES OPEN POP-UP BOOKSTORE

From Jay Gatsby to Patrick Bateman, tailoring has literary pedigree as a way for novelists to reveal some facet of the men who wear it. Be that an obsession for a lost love or other impossibles in life. We have our fingers crossed neither book appears in the new pop-up shop at Gieves & Hawkes’ No.1 Savile Row tailoring flagship, lest the brand’s customers feel a point is being made.

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You have a date at the Met

It’s time to pack our bags and go to New York! The Metropolitan Museum of Art promises a unique agenda for this last year of the month and the beginning of 2016.

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Transparencies for nobility in Museo del Prado

The Museo del Prado exhibits 20 masterpieces carved in crystal that date from the Renaissance, they were designed for the most representative European nobility of the period. Through the exhibit called Transparent Art, the importance of crystal  in the Milanese Renaissance  -Arte transparente, la talla de cristal en el Renacimiento milanés - which will be available from October the 14th of 2015 to January 10th of 2016 you will be able to enjoy this art statement movement.

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The last days of Mary, Queen of Scotts

Beyond her cruel death, the life of Mary Stuart of Scotland is filled of mystery, interesting facts and examples of how power was used during this time period. The details of her marriage, being converted Queen with only months of being born, the political conflicts that surrounded her, being a Catholic and remaining tolerant to the freedom of cult make Mary Stuart an emblem. 

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Osiris, the submerged treasures of Egypt

This is the name of the exhibition that has been presented by the Institute of the Arab World in Paris. This showing contains a series of findings located in marine profoundest of submerged cities like  Canopus and Thonis-Heracleion, at the Abukir bay, these ancient metropolis hold the Egyptian enigma of Osiris.  

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Rome's Colosseum will be restored

With an investment of 18.5 million euros, the Colosseum , symbol of the ancient Roman Empire and the Italian most visited monument, will be subject to a new phase of restoration  with the reconstruction of the arena where the gladiators fought,  reported the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage.

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