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Man Ray and fashion

23 September 2020 17 January 2021
Close to the Dada and Surrealist movements, Man Ray became in the 1920s the photographer of the fashionable fashion houses and published his pictures in the most prestigious magazines. Linking photography and fashion, the exhibition presents an unknown aspect of the work of this major 20th century artist....

Pompeii Immersive walk. Archaeological treasures. New discoveries

1 July 2020 27 September 2020
An immersive tour plunges the visitor into the heart of Pompeii, from the time of its splendour and during the tragedy of its destruction, through 360° projections in very high definition, sound creations and 3D reconstructions of streets and houses. Combining technology and archaeology, the exhibition tells the fascinating story of this City and the (re)discoveries made possible by the excavations carried out in all...

The land of monsters. Léopold Chauveau

23 June 2020 13 September 2020
In addition to being a doctor - a profession forced on him by family obligations but which he himself did not enjoy -, Léopold Chauveau took refuge in a strange, self-taught artistic universe, both singular and original in equal measures. A sculptor, illustrator and author of books for adults and children, he long remained forgotten in the history of art, before a gift by his grandson to the Musée d'Orsay in 2017 (18...

This exhibition provides an entirely new insight into a work that was without equal at its time. It is structured around two parts: the personality, life and work of Léopold Chauveau, and his children's universe that will leave young visitors mesmerised.


Ophélie Ferlier-Bouat and Leïla Jarbouai, curators at the Musée d'Orsay

James Tissot's ambiguous modernity

23 June 2020 13 September 2020
Jacques Joseph Tissot, born in Nantes and a student of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, is a major artist of the second half of the 19th century. He was a fascinating, ambiguous figure whose career spanned the English Channel. Although he has regularly featured in exhibitions devoted to this period, this retrospective is the first dedicated to him in Paris since the exhibition organised at the Petit Palais in 1985....


Marine Kisiel, curator, Musée d'Orsay

Melissa E. Buron, Director, Art Division at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Paul Perrin, curator, Musée d'Orsay

Cyrille Sciama, director, Musée des impressionnismes Giverny

Exceptional edition of coloured busts of Marie-Antoinette

Each reproduction of this bust of Félix Lecomte was made from a mould made from the original kept at Versailles in the Queen's bedroom. Each copy is signed and dated at the Ateliers d'art.

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