Australian Embassy
Algeria, Chad, Mauritania, Monaco, Morocco



From 7 September to 4 November 2016, the Embassy is hosting the exhibition Harry Seidler : Painting toward Architecture. This travelling exhibition traces the work of the Australian architect Harry Seidler, one of the main representative of the modernist movement and the first architect to fully express Bauhaus principle in Australia. The Australian Embassy in Paris is the only project designed by Seidler in France. The exhibition presents dozens of featured projects realized in Australia, Austria, France, Israel, Italy , Mexico, and Hong Kong bring focus to Seidler’s 12 long-lasting creative collaborations with architects Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, and Oscar Niemeyer; engineer Pier Luigi Nervi; artists Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, Norman Carlberg, Sol LeWitt, Franck Stella and Lin Utzon (source: Vladimir Bologolovski)


Useful information :

(Note: Embassy is open to public on 1st Nov 2016)

Monday to Friday

9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Free entry

Metro Station Bir Hakeim (Line 6), RER Station Champs de Mars-Tour Eiffel (Line C)


More information about the travelling exhibition is available on the following website :

/files/pari/Communique- Press release.pdf