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Horse in Majesty

2 July 2024 3 November 2024

To coincide with the equestrian events at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, to be hosted on the Versailles estate, the Château is holding a major exhibition dedicated to horses and equestrian civilisation in Europe - the first exhibition on this theme to be presented on such a scale.

From 2 July to 3 November 2024, the Palace of Versailles will be holding an exhibition entitled "Horse in Majesty - At the Heart of a Civilisation". Nearly 300 works will highlight the roles and uses of horses in civil and military society, from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, up to the eve of the First World War, which marked the end of horse-drawn civilisation and the relegation of horses to the realm of leisure.

This first exhibition dedicated to horses on such a scale will be divided into thirteen sections on a tour leading visitors through several emblematic areas of the Palace: the Africa Rooms, the King's State Apartment, the Hall of Mirrors, the War and Peace Rooms, Madame Maintenon's Apartment and the Dauphine's Apartment.

Curators : 

Laurent Salomé, Director of the Musée National des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
Hélène Delalex, Heritage Curator at the Musée National des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon


Thanks to the patronage of the CMA CGM Group.

Connecting worlds

21 June 2024 1 September 2024

Globalization has accelerated considerably in recent decades, but it is the expression of a continuum of intercultural exchanges and dialogues. The exhibition Connecting worlds presents a range of art forms, past and present, that know no borders or geographical limits.

While artists, techniques and objects have never ceased to circulate, the history of these exchanges is intertwined with the painful history of conquest and domination. At the same time, the fascination, appropriation and assimilation of other cultures have shaped the outlook and sensibilities of artists and spectators alike.

Against the backdrop of a plural society immersed in globalization, Connecting worlds sheds new light on this artistic dialogue, with a selection of paintings, drawings, installations and videos from the museum's and the macLYON's collections, enriched by exceptional loans.

Léger and the New Realists The MAMAC collections in Biot

15 June 2024 18 November 2024

An exhibition organised at the Musée national Fernand Léger, Biot by the Musée national du XXe siècle des Alpes- Maritimes and the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais in partnership with the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain (MAMAC), Nice.

From June to autumn 2024, the Fernand Léger national museum in Biot and the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain (MAMAC) in Nice will be celebrating artistic creativity with an exhibition bringing together the joyful and colourful work of the painter Fernand Léger (1881-1955) and key works from the MAMAC.

At the heart of color Masterpieces of Chinese monochrome porcelain (8th-18th century)

12 June 2024 16 September 2024

Summer event at the Guimet museum, the exhibition "At the heart of color" traces the long history of porcelain and grand feu colors in China between the 8rd and 18rd centuries. Coming from the extraordinary Zhuyuetang collection of Richard Kan (Hong Kong) and that of the Guimet museum, 250 masterpieces illustrate the Chinese taste for formal simplicity and purity of colors, resulting from centuries of perfection. The incessant quest for purity, until finding the perfect shape and color, has given birth to unique pieces of great aesthetic finesse, presented in the exhibition.

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Museum Guide

Mini guide Orsay

  • € 13.50
This new guide presents all the collections of the Musée d'Orsay, which cover a period from 1848 to 1914 and bring together works belonging to all the arts: paintings, sculpture, architecture, photography, decorative arts.

The first part of the book also retraces the history of the place and the building: first a station of the Orléans railways built by the architect Victor Laloux between 1898 and 1900, then disused on the eve of the Second World War, this building only became a museum in 1989, after a complete interior renovation.

The Musée d'Orsay's international reputation is due in particular to its collection of Impressionist works, the largest in the world with nearly 1,100 paintings. This book proposes to rediscover masterpieces of painting and sculpture such as Édouard Manet's Luncheon on the Grass and the Olympia, Degas' The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer, The Origin of the World, A Burial at Ornans, Courbet's Painter's Studio, and Cézanne's Card Players.

312 pages / 240 illustrations

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