Paris, the romantic city is a hub for arts and architecture. Many tourists head to Paris to enjoy the beauty of the artworks and to admire the architectural excellence in the city. Champs Elysees is one of the popular avenues in Paris that allow one to enjoy the beauty of the city with the well-laid streets that are really colorful. It is also the avenue which provides a respite from the crowds and gives one great way to enjoy the street life and also to admire the art exhibitions showcasing the works of the popular artists of the place.
It is the most popular museum in the city. It is also the one which is visited the most and about 8.8 million people visit this spot annually. The Louvre can be regarded as a city within a city, with the presence of so many galleries, escalators, staircases, and passageways present in this location. This spot is popular for the famous works of the glorified artists that are present here. The museum has more than 35000 works of artifacts and arts by the renowned artists. The building has undergone many modifications and renovations with time.
Galerie Musee Baccarat
It is the Philippe Starck that created the neo-rococo wonderland in a building that was used as the mansion of Vicomtesse de Noailles. The red carpet entrance, chandelier in the fish tank, alchemy room are all rich with the decors of Gerard Garouste.
It is the place which is named after Dutch Humanist Olfert Dapper. It was dedicated to the sub-Saharan art. It got reopened in 200 and the venue which was created by Alain Moatti retains the café, bookshop and also performance years. It is the place which stages at least two exhibitions that are African themed. One should check what art exhibition is going on in this location while visiting Paris.
Musee National Jean Jacques Henner
Jean Jacques Henner is a most respected artist in France. He has won many prizes. He evolved as a talented landscape painter and as a great portraitist. The gallery has undergone 4 years of renovation work recently and reopened in the year 2009. The gallery has even showcased the life of the artists and it was the home and the studio of his contemporary Guillaume Dubufe. The interiors of the building are done with great care to creating the feeling of that period.