Degas at the Opera at the Musée d’Orsay
New cultural season
In love with culture, I am constantly looking for new events to discover and I am delighted to be in Paris.
Indeed, at the end of each summer a new cultural season begins. And every year several exhibitions arouse my interest. My attention is generally focused on exhibitions held in prestigious places and which I particularly like, but also on great artistic figures. What is incredible in Paris is that I have never been disappointed, all the exhibitions I have discovered were sensational and the places were outstanding. Thanks to Paris, which brings culture to life, I am constantly learning, but above all my eyes take pleasure in looking at the works that have been created by great artists.
Recently, I was challenged by the Degas exhibition at the Opera House at the Musée d'Orsay. You may be wondering why this one and not another? Well, simply because the Opera and the Musée d'Orsay are among my favorite places in Paris. I find them magical and unique, their beauty fascinates me but above all they contain treasures. And finally because I dreamed of being a dancer at the Opera as a child.
Degas at the Opera House
Edgar Degas is a 19th century French artist, both painter and sculptor, and is considered one of the main figures of the impressionist movement. Fascinated by the Opera, he has produced great works of it. Through his creations, I discovered various spaces of this amazing place that I don't necessarily have access to when I usually go there. I also appreciate the life he gives to his works, he transports us into the world of the Opera and takes us to meet the people who inhabit this place: musicians, spectators, dancers, singers...
No other exhibition to date has highlighted the Opera so much. Thanks to Degas' incredible work, exhibited until 19 January 2020 at the Musée d'Orsay, discover the portrait of a magical place.