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Creativity in Paris: Four Centuries of French Art and Early Modern Paris: Dandies, Decadence & Design

Date: 
Friday, April 25, 2014 - 9:30am to 4:15pm

Location

Brunschwig & Fils
300 D St., SW, Suite 420
20024 Washington, District Of Columbia
United States
Location: 
Brunschwig & Fils
300 D St., SW, Suite 420
20024 Washington, District Of Columbia
United States

Paris has proved to be a compelling city, not only for its impressive beauty but also for its rich history of creativity. Through the centuries, Paris has been the magical place where writers, artists and composers were stimulated to conceive transcendent work. This lecture explores creativity in Paris for approximately 400 years. The Grand Siecle of the 17th century produced grand, magnificent art and paved the way for an Age of Refinement in the 18th century. The 19th century witnessed the modernization of Paris, allowing it to become the modern capital of the world. In the 20th century, Paris was the magnet that attracted creative spirits dedicated to exploring innovation and originality. This efflorescence of inventiveness can be seen in all artistic disciplines: architecture, painting, furniture, fashion, music, ballet and film.

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Host Organization: 
ASID Washington Metro Chapter