Jean Dubuffet’s work: The Coucou Bazar at the Les Arts Decoratifs

Do you want to travel to the capital of France, the fabulous Paris? Then you will surely see the world famous Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame and of course the most famous and biggest museum in Paris, the Louvre. What other museums worth to visit beside the popular Louvre?

The list is endless, and we want to make your life easier, so we chose a great museum, where there are several permanent and temporary exhibitions for the visitors. This museum is the famous museum of decorative art in Paris, the Les Arts Decoratifs.

This amazing institution opened in 1882 and it is a private, non-profit museum. The organized exhibitions, as you can see the name, shows the greatest works of the most famous decorative artists. One exhibition what we can recommend for you, is in the famous room of the museum, the Nef, which is look like a nave. This exhibition shows Jean Dubuffet’s most famous work, the Coucou Bazar. The Coucou Bazar is an animated painting which contains the artist’s most famous works from his L’Hourloupe cycle. The animated painting was performed for the first time in New York, in 1973, and its success is unbroken.

Be a witness of Dubuffet’s greatest work, what is one important and special part of the art nowadays too, between 24 October 2013 and 1 December 2013 at the Les Arts Decoratifs’ Nef hall.

Jean Dubuffet exhibition
October 24 – December 1, 2013
Les Arts Decoratifs

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