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28 rue de Sévigné
75004 Paris
T. +33 1 42 72 60 01
F. +33 1 42 72 50 23



12 FEBRUARY - 5 JULY 2015
LA TOILETTE. THE INVENTION OF PRIVACY

MUSEE MARMOTTAN MONET

After its 80th anniversary celebrations with 'Impressionist works from Private Collections' and 'Impression Sunrise,' the Musée Marmottan Monet will now present from February 12th to July 5th, 2015 the first exhibition ever dedicated to the theme of 'La Toilette and the Invention of Privacy.' The exhibition brings together works by major artists of the fifteenth century to the present, explores the rituals of cleanliness, their spaces and their gestures. This is the first time such a subject, unique and indispensable, is presented in the form of an exhibition. In these works that reflect everyday practices that might seem mundane, the public will discover the pleasures and surprises with a depth that few expected.

Curators: Georges Vigarello, historian and Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, art historian

 



Presse nationale : Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

Presse internationale : Victoria COOKE / victoria@claudinecolin.com

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Horaires du musée

Le musée est ouvert du mardi au dimanche 
de 10 h à 18 heures et nocturne les jeudis jusqu'à 21 heures - fermeture le lundi, le 1er mai, le 25 décembre, et le 1er janvier.

2, rue Louis-Boilly 75016 Paris

France
Tél. : 01 44 96 50 33

Tarifs

Plein tarif : 11 euros

Tarif réduit : 6,5 euros (moins de 18 ans, étudiants de moins de 25 ans, enseignants, demandeurs d'emploi, bénéficiaires du RSA, accompagnateurs de personnes handicapées, membres des Amis du Louvre, adhérents de la Maison des Artistes, agents du ministère de l'Intérieur).

Gratuité : Sur présentation d'un justificatif (moins de 7 ans, handicapés, journalistes, guides conférenciers, membres de l'Institut, ICOM, ICOMOS).

Audio-guides : 3 euros

Langues disponibles: Français / Anglais 

Contenu: Collections permanentes et / ou exposition(s) temporaire(s)

Durée : 1h30

À retirer à la consigne après règlement en caisse

Moyens d’accès

Métro : 
Ligne 9 Arrêt : La Muette

RER : 
Ligne C Arrêt : Boulainvilliers 

Bus :

Ligne 22 Arrêt : La Muette – Boulainvilliers 

Ligne 32 Arrêt : Louis Boilly 

Ligne 52 Arrêt : La Muette – Boulainvilliers 

Ligne 63 Arrêt : Porte de la Muette 

Ligne P.C. 1 Arrêt : Ernest Hebert ou Porte de Passy

Parking 

Vinci Park Passy
 - 78 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris




4 DECEMBER 2014 - 9 MARCH 2015
ANIMALS AND PHARAOHS THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN ANCIENT EGYPT

In Ancient Egypt, man lived in harmony with nature, which they observed with extraordinary attention. They had an especially unique relationship with animals. For the first time the Louvre-Lens is revealing every facet of this exceptional bond between the Egyptians and the animal world. With 430 works the exhibition resurrects wildlife that has now largely disappeared, and recalls its essential role in Pharaonic civilisation. 



Diane@claudinecolin.com

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Musée du Louvre-Lens

99 rue Paul Bert
62300 Lens

» HORAIRES D’OUVERTURE
Le musée est ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 18h (accueil des groupes dès 9h).
Fermeture hebdomadaire le mardi.
Fermeture le 1er mai (Fête du travail).
Nocturnes jusque 22h le premier vendredi du mois, de septembre à juin.

» TARIFS
GRANDE GALERIE ET PAVILLON DE VERRE
Entrée gratuite jusqu'à fin 2014
GALERIE D’EXPOSITION TEMPORAIRE
Tarif plein : 9 €

L’entrée est gratuite, sur présentation d’un justificatif en cours de validité, pour les moins de 18 ans, les
groupes scolaires et leurs accompagnateurs (1 adulte pour 4 élèves au maximum), les bénéficiaires du
RSA ou de l’aide sociale, les demandeurs d’emploi, le personnel de l’EPCC Louvre-Lens et du musée du Louvre, les personnes handicapées civiles ou victimes de guerre, les membres du Conseil International
des Musées (ICOM) ou des Monuments et sites (ICOMOS), les adhérents (carte «Louvre-Lens », carte « Louvre-Lens Jeunes », carte « Louvre-Lens Professionnels »).


» VISITES GUIDÉES

Visite guidée de l’exposition « Les Étrusques et la Méditerranée. La cité de Cerveteri » tous les samedis, dimanches et jours fériés à 15h30. Durée 1h. Tarifs 5 € / 3 €.


» GUIDE MULTIMÉDIA
Accessible sans supplément. Disponible en français, anglais et néerlandais.


» ABONNEMENTS
- Carte Louvre-Lens : 15 € /an
- Carte Louvre-Lens « Professionnels » : 12 € /an
- Carte Louvre-Lens « Jeunes » (- de 25 ans) : 10 € /an




18 SEPTEMBER 2014 - 18 JANUARY 2015
MONET'S IMPRESSIONISM, SUNRISE. THE BIOGRAPHY OF A PAINTING

MUSEE MARMOTTAN MONET

Impression, Sunrise, the painting that gave the name to Impressionism and the flagship of the Musée Marmottan Monet is one of the most famous paintings in the world. The enigma of the history of this work has not yet had a comprehensive study. Instead, for nearly forty years, the mystery seems to grow around the masterpiece : What does the painting truly represent? A sunrise or sunset? When was it painted? In 1872 or in 1873? What happened to the painting at the end of the first Impressionist exhibition? Why did it join in 1940, the collection of the Musée Marmottan, an institution originally dedicated to the First Empire and which was home to no Impressionist paintings? Why this date, and under what circumstances?

The Musée Marmottan Monet will answers these questions from September 18th, 2014.

The exhibition features 61 paintings and graphic works, including 26 works by Claude Monet and 45 documents mostly unpublished, from museums and private collections worldwide. It traces the journey of Impression, Sunrise and reveals a new page in history for this icon which utntil now has been entirely unknown.

Curators : Marianne Mathieu, joint director in charge of collections at Musée Marmottan Monet and Dominique Lobstein, Art Historian.



Press International : Victoria COOKE / victoria@claudinecolin.com

Press National : Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

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Opening hours
Daily: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesdays until 9 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th

Price List
Full price: 11 euros
Reduced price: 6,5 euros
On production of proof of eligibility: Under 18's, students under 25 years old, teachers, job-seekers, beneficiaries of the RSA (Active Solidarity Revenue), guides of disabled people, members of the « Amis du Louvre », members of « la Maison des Artistes », agents of the french Ministry of the Interior

Free Access
On production of proof of eligibility: Children under 7 years old, disabled people, journalists, tour guides, members of the « Institut de France », ICOM, ICOMOS

Audio-guides : 3 euros

Available languages: French / English
Contents permanent collections and/or temporary exhibition(s)
Duration: 1h30
Obtain from the cloakroom
after payment at the cashdesk

Combined-priority pass tickets
Marmottan Monet Museum, Paris & Monet Foundation, Giverny
April 1st to november 1st included

Full price: 18,50 euros
Reduced price: 9 euros, on production of proof of eligibility (Under 18's, students under 25 years old)
Disabled people : 4 euros, on production of proof of eligibility
Free access: Children under 7 years old, on production of proof of eligibility




28 MAY - 6 OCTOBER 2014
THE DISASTERS OF WAR. 1800-2014

WHY DON’T WE LIKE THE WAR ANYMORE?

Until the nineteenth century, war was central to the values of our societies, it was one of the foundations of patriotism, one gave his life for his nation, his king, his emperor and one died a hero.
It was not until the early Napoleonic campaigns (1803 to 1815) of mass conflict to cause a break in the aesthetics of the representation of war. Since then, art has invited us to rethink the war differently and artists - writers, painters and poets – have seized the opportunity to tell its absurdity and its consequences, both on mankind and his environment. 

 



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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Musée du Louvre-Lens

99 rue Paul Bert
62300 Lens

The museum is open
every day except Tuesday from
10 am to 6 pm (last admission 5.15 pm)
Group reception from 9 am

The museum is closed
Tuesdays and 1 May
(Labour Day)

 

Open until 10 pm
on the first Friday
of every month,
from September to June




5 APRIL - 20 JULY 2014
CAILLEBOTTE À YERRES, AU TEMPS DE L'IMPRESSIONNISME

PROPRIETE CAILLEBOTTE, YERRES (91)

Only 20 minutes from Paris, come to discover : Yerres, the other capital of Impressionism.

For the first time, 43 masterpieces by Gustave Caillebotte will be presented in his Yerroise property, where they were painted. This great event of Impressionism is all the more exceptional as these works have for the most part never been exhibited to the public.



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Propriété Caillebotte

8, rue de Concy 91330 Yerres (Essonne - 91)

En RER D à 20 minutes de Gare de Lyon

www.yerres.fr

www.proprietecaillebotte.com




26 MARCH - 25 AUGUST 2014
LE MONDE A L'ENVERS (THE TOPSY-TURVY WORLD) - CARNIVALS AND MASQUERADES IN EUROPE AND MEDITERRANEAN

MUCEM - MUSEE DES CIVILISATIONS DE L'EUROPE ET DE LA MEDITERRANEE

For some thirty years, rural masquerades and urban parades were revived, reinvented and multiplied, mobilising, often with indifference to the liturgical calendar, hundreds of actors and tens of thousands of visitors. In questioning in a transversal manner the current carnivalesque practices and drawing from the beautiful collections of the MuCEM and the Musée International du Carnaval et du Masque, the exhibition The Topsy-Turvy World will entice visitors into the carnivalesque imagination, rich and ancient, which calls upon the major Indo-European mythologies, yet speaks strongly to the people of today. Following an immersive and poetic itinerary, visitors will discover the multiples facets of the carnival and how it highlights their fears, their desires and their dreams.



Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

Marie ROLLIN / marie@claudinecolin.com

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1 Esplanade du J4 - 13002 Marseille

Piétons : Entrée basse fort Saint-Jean : 201 quai du Port
 (à 10 min à pied du métro Vieux-Port). Entrée Panier : parvis de l’église Saint-Laurent, esplanade de la Tourette. 
Entrée J4 : 1, esplanade du J4 (à 10min à pied du métro Joliette). Métro : station Vieux Port ou Joliette

Tramway T2 : arrêt République / Dame ou Joliette. 
Bus : n° 82 et 60 ou City Navette (arrêt Fort Saint-Jean ou MuCEM) n°49 (arrêt Église St Laurent). 
Voiture : Parking Vieux Port / fort Saint-Jean (accès boulevard du Littoral); Parking Hôtel de Ville (accès par la place Jules Verne)

Jours et heures d’ouverture

Ouverture le 7 juin 2013

Ouvert du mercredi au lundi (jour de fermeture le mardi). Horaires d’été (mai à octobre) : 11h-19h
. Horaires d’hiver (novembre à avril) : 11h-18h
. Horaires exclusifs groupes : 9h-11h. Nocturne le vendredi jusqu’à 22h toute l’année

L’accès aux espaces extérieurs et jardins du MuCEM (J4 et fort Saint-Jean) pour les individuels est libre et gratuit dans les horaires d’ouverture du musée.

Téléphone

Tél. : 04 84 35 13 00 (accueil administratif)

Tél. : 04 84 35 13 13 (réservations et renseignements)

site internet : www.mucem.org




12 MARCH - 25 AUGUST 2014
SPLENDORS OF VOLUBILIS - ANCIENT BRONZES FROM MOROCCO AND THE MEDITERRANEAN

MUCEM - MUSEE DES CIVILISATIONS DE L'EUROPE ET DE LA MEDITERRANEE

The heart of this exhibition is a collection of 18 bronzes of high quality, national treasures, currently exhibited in the Rabat Archaeological Museum. They date primarily from the Hellenistic and imperial periods. These bronzes come mostly from the archaeological excavations of Volubilis (Morocco), one of the capitals of Juba II, the Numidian prince raised at the court in Rome.

General Commissioner : Myriame Morel-Deledalle.

Scenography : workshop Maciej Fiszer
Within the framework of a cultural cooperation agreement signed between the National Foundation of Museums of the Kingdom of Morocco and the MuCEM



Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

Marie ROLLIN / marie@claudinecolin.com

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5 DECEMBER 2013 - 10 MARCH 2014
THE ETRUSCANS AND THE MEDITERRANEAN. THE CITY OF CERVETERI

LOUVRE-LENS

A new portrait of the city of Cerveteri

The exhibition presents Etruscan civilisation in its Mediterranean context, through the history of one of its largest metropolises: Cerveteri. This city is the only one whose evolution we are able to retrace from its origins to the Roman conquest, and show in all its aspects: the city of the living and its necropolises, its political organisation and its relations with the East, Greece and Rome.

By comparing pieces from the major historical collections for the first time with the results of archaeological excavations conducted in recent decades in the heart of the ancient city and in the surrounding area, the exhibition will be able to draw a new portrait of this great city and illustrate the prestige and position it enjoyed in ancient Italy and the Mediterranean.



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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4 DECEMBER 2013 - 4 DECEMBER 2014
FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF LOUVRE-LENS

On December 4th 2012, the feast day of Saint Barbe, patron saint of miners, as if in honour of the men and women who spent their working lives at pithead n°9, Louvre-Lens opened to the public. Proof of the Louvre's policy of cultural outreach and its ambition to promote access to its collections, and an emblem
of the Nord-Pas de Calais region's determination to put culture at the heart of its development, Louvre-Lens was a highly anticipated project.

Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com



Press release
General information

Musée du Louvre-Lens
99 rue Paul Bert
62300 Lens

» HORAIRES D’OUVERTURE
Le musée est ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 18h (accueil des groupes dès 9h).
Fermeture hebdomadaire le mardi.
Fermeture le 1er mai (Fête du travail).
Nocturnes jusque 22h le premier vendredi du mois, de septembre à juin.

» TARIFS
GRANDE GALERIE ET PAVILLON DE VERRE
Entrée gratuite jusqu'à fin 2014
GALERIE D’EXPOSITION TEMPORAIRE
Tarif plein : 9 €

L’entrée est gratuite, sur présentation d’un justificatif en cours de validité, pour les moins de 18 ans, les
groupes scolaires et leurs accompagnateurs (1 adulte pour 4 élèves au maximum), les bénéficiaires du
RSA ou de l’aide sociale, les demandeurs d’emploi, le personnel de l’EPCC Louvre-Lens et du musée du Louvre, les personnes handicapées civiles ou victimes de guerre, les membres du Conseil International
des Musées (ICOM) ou des Monuments et sites (ICOMOS), les adhérents (carte «Louvre-Lens », carte « Louvre-Lens Jeunes », carte « Louvre-Lens Professionnels »).


» VISITES GUIDÉES

Visite guidée de l’exposition « Les Étrusques et la Méditerranée. La cité de Cerveteri » tous les samedis, dimanches et jours fériés à 15h30. Durée 1h. Tarifs 5 € / 3 €.


» GUIDE MULTIMÉDIA
Accessible sans supplément. Disponible en français, anglais et néerlandais.


» ABONNEMENTS
- Carte Louvre-Lens : 15 € /an
- Carte Louvre-Lens « Professionnels » : 12 € /an
- Carte Louvre-Lens « Jeunes » (- de 25 ans) : 10 € /an




4 DECEMBER 2013 - 21 APRIL 2014
SEEING THE SACRED

LOUVRE-LENS

Seeing the Sacred is based on a small number of artworks, seven, to give visitors at the end of their tour of the Galerie du Temps, a commentary on one of the themes that runs through it: the sacred.

For each of the three major historic and artistic periods (Antiquity, Middle Ages and modern times), two artworks are compared, one from the collections of the museums of the Nord-Pas de Calais region, the other from the Louvre's collections, in order to investigate a theme more deeply, at the same time as putting the artworks back into context to enable visitors to understand them better.

Three themes have been chosen, the relationship with the hereafter and with the future, salvation and the apparition.



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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Musée du Louvre-Lens
99 rue Paul Bert
62300 Lens




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