5 outdoor art exhibitions to visit in Paris in June

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Elsewhere... in France at the Jardin du Luxembourg

Let's meet in the heart of the 6th arrondissement to travel around France without even leaving Paris. This new photo exhibition organized by the Senate showcases stunning images that transport us on journeys around the world. Surprisingly, each of these images was taken right here in France. The exhibition shines a light on the richness and diversity of our country. It's a magical adventure that encourages us to dream of far-off places.

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Elsewhere... in France
Rue de Médicis - 6th
Until July 14, 2024
Free entry
Every day, 24 hours a day
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Sports from above at Bercy village

For those who haven't realized yet, this year in Paris, the theme is sports. Well, with the Olympics approaching, we can understand, but that means that sports exhibitions are popping up all over the city. So, we suggest taking a step back at Bercy Village, thanks to stunning photos that mix sports, space, and aesthetics. A combination that deserves mGold medal 🏅.

Sport from above
Bercy Village
Cour Saint-Emilion - 12th
Until September 15, 2024⁠
Free entry
Every day, 24/7
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The Outdoor Sculpture Museum of Jardin Tino Rossi

You probably know Jardin Tino Rossi for its amphitheater which, as soon as summer arrives, turns into a dance floor every evening. But did you know that this park, located just below Jussieu, on the banks of the Seine, is also known as the outdoor sculpture museum? It houses dozens of contemporary artworks, each as different as they are striking, waiting to be discovered as soon as possible!

Tino Rossi Garden
2 Quai Saint-Bernard – 5th arrondissement
Free entry
Every day, 24/7
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The Archi-folies at La Villette Park

As part of the 2024 edition of the Archi-folies, La Villette Park celebrates sports and architecture with a grand project. 20 architecture schools come together to create 20 spectacular pavilions in collaboration with 20 sports federations, who will use them during the Olympics. The rest of the time, these meeting points between art and sport will be accessible to the public.

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Les Archi-folies
Parc de la Villette

211 Avenue Jean Jaurès – 19th
From June 14 to July 7, 2024
Wednesday to Sunday from 2pm to 8pm
From August 28 to September 3, 2024
Every day from 2pm to 8pm
Free entry
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The 4 Cardinal Points of Sport at Canal Saint-Martin

Well, of course, we couldn't finish this list without adding a little something in terms of sports. So, we invite you to Jaurès to discover four stunning statues made of stained glass, inspired by the 4 cardinal points. Symbolic figures, each representing a different ethnicity and discipline, to promote equality in sports, as well as in society. We love it.

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