To celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Art Nouveau in Paris, the Pinacothèque of Paris organises a large retrospective of this art which was the Parisian favourite from 1890 to 1905, before becoming Art Deco. Until September 8, 2013, rediscover this erotic and so Parisian art the Art Nouveau was.
They were called Gallé, Majorelle, Gaudí, Guimard, Lalique, Grasset or Bugatti. They were the famous names of Art Nouveau in Paris. They wanted to liberate themselves from classicism and explore new undulating and erotic forms.
Abundant and inspired by nature and women, Art Nouveau can be found in all kinds of places and imaginations; From the metro entrance to desk lamps, from bracelets to Parisian buildings… Let’s celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Art Nouveau in Paris this summer along more than two hundred beautiful objects! http://www.pinacotheque.com/?id=48