Exhibitions and publications


Extra muros

5 JULY - 17 NOVEMBER 2019

The Palais Galliera presents "Back Side / Fashion from Behind", an off-site exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle which focuses on clothing seen from behind.

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Margiela / Galliera, 1989-2009

From March 3rd to July 15th, 2018

This exhibition, the first retrospective in Paris devoted to Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela, traces the career, from spring-summer 1989 to spring-summer 2009, of a designer who not only questioned the structure of garments but also challenged the structure of the fashion system.

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Mariano Fortuny, "Delphos" dress, circa 1919-1920.  From the Palais Galliera's collections. © Stéphane Piera/ Galliera / Roger-Viollet

Fortuny, a spaniard in Venice

October 4th, 2017 - Junuary 7th, 2018

This exhibition, “Fortuny, un Espagnol à Venise” (Fortuny, a Spaniard in Venice), closes the Palais Galliera’s Spanish Season, which opened with “Balenciaga, l’oeuvre au noir” (‘Balenciaga, working in black’) at the Musée Bourdelle, and was followed by “Costumes espagnols, entre ombre et lumière” (‘Spanish costumes: darkness and light”)...

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Spanish costumes: Darkness and light

Extra muros

June 21rst - September 24th, 2017

This exhibition at the Maison de Victor Hugo is part of the Palais Galliera’s Spanish Season. It opened with “Balenciaga, l’oeuvre au noir” (‘Balenciaga, working in black’) at the Musée Bourdelle (8 March–16 July 2017) and will close with the first Paris retrospective of work by Mariano Fortuny, at the Palais Galliera (4 October–7...

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'Dalida, une garde-robe de la ville à la scène'

From April 27th to August 13th 2017

The Palais Galliera pays homage to Dalida with an exhibition of her wardrobe, which was recently donated to the museum by her brother Orlando. Dressed by the greatest designers both on and off-stage, in haute couture or in prêt-à-porter,Dalida has remained an immensely popular star. Her wardrobe always followed the movements of fashion,...

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