Cattelan in Paris 

There’s a great show going on right now at the Monnaie de Paris on the left bank. Italian sculptor Maurizio Cattelan’s satirical and irreverent works range from a horse suspended from the ceiling to uncharacteristic sculptures of historical figures like the Pope and Adolph Hitler, to a sculpture of the artist himself peeking out from a hole in the floor. It’s Cattelan’s biggest show ever in Europe and marks his return to the art scene after a five-year hiatus. The neoclassical building itself, which was once a mint, is worth the visit. After you’ve wandered through the 18th-century salons exploring the art, you can  pop into the newly relocated Michelin three-star Guy Savoy restaurant (assuming you recently won the lottery).
November 21, 2016