Autumn is synonymous with carpets of coloured leaves, hot chocolate and… rain! So what better way to take shelter than with an exhibition in one of Paris’ magnificent museums? We have selected three not to be missed.

Giorgio De Chirico at the Musée de l’Orangerie

The Musée de l’Orangerie feeds our hunger for art with the exhibition ‘Giorgio de Chirico, Metaphysical Painting’. From Italy to France and back to Italy, the exhibition traces the career of the painter who amazed, among others, great intellectuals such as Apollinaire, Breton or Paul Éluard. Available until 14 December!

“Cézanne and the Masters, a dream of Italy

Have you heard the good news yet? The exhibition “Cézanne et les Maîtres, rêve d’Italie” at the Musée Marmottan in Paris will be on view until 21 January 2021. More than 60 works from many international museums are waiting for you! Come and admire the masterpieces of the French impressionist who influenced the artists of the Italian Novecento.

Victor Brauner: I am the dream. I am the inspiration.

At the Museum of Modern Art you can admire more than a hundred of the incredible works (drawings and paintings!) of the incredible Victor Brauner. This exhibition shows the phases of the Romanian artist from his youth to his arrival in Paris, to the war, to the abandonment of surrealism.

Dive into his world of dreams until 10 January 2021.