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75004 Paris
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11 SEPTEMBER 2015 - 25 JANUARY 2016
FLORENCE - PORTRAITS AT THE MEDICIS COURT

MUSEE JACQUEMART-ANDRE

In the 16th century, the art of portraiture became increasingly common among the Florentine elite, who had found in it a means of capturing their facial characteristics and social status for posterity. They drew on literary characters such as Petrarch, musical references or a staged production full of symbols to describe the model's life in all its facets. 

The Musée Jacquemart-André has devoted an unrivalled exhibition to the great Florentine portrait painters of the 16th century, based on around forty works. Alongside the presentation of masterpieces by Pontormo, a pupil of Andrea del Sarto and master of mannerism, there will be a chance to appreciate the refined and graceful features, typical of the portraits of Bronzino or Salviati, which are testimony to a meaningful sense of sophistication. 

This exhibition will offer a panorama of Florentine portraiture in the 16th century with all its main themes and stylistic transformations. Through the eyes of the painters experimenting with new ways of representing their contemporaries, it will allow visitors to appreciate the style developments of the Cinquecento, an especially eventful century in cultural and religious terms. 



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Dereen O'SULLIVAN / dereen@claudinecolin.com




6 JULY - 20 SEPTEMBER 2015
LES RENCONTRES D'ARLES

From 6 July to 20 September 2015 the biggest photography festival will take  place in the unique setting of the city of Arles.

With 35 exhibitions and 3 700 photographs being exhibited, Les Rencontres d’Arles act as an observatory of the current creation and photographic practices, featuring, among other projects, major shows of Walker Evans, Stephen Shore, architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown,  a project by Sandro Miller with John Malkovich, a special focus on Japanese photography curated by Simon Baker mong others.

Opening week: from 6 to 12 July

 

  



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24 JUNE - 16 NOVEMBER 2015
DIVINE MIGRATIONS

MARSEILLE

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

Divine Migrations presents more than 200 ancient works (dating from the 3rd-2nd millennium BC to the 3rd century AD), testifying to the adoption of deities from elsewhere or the formation of new composite divine forms. It examines the dialogue between the Egyptian, Greek and Roman pantheons, in their practices, beliefs and representations of the divine.



Patricia Lachance : patricia@claudinecolin.com
Christelle Maureau: christelle@claudinecolin.com

 

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27 MAY - 28 SEPTEMBER 2015
GOLD AND IVORY PARIS, PISA, FLORENCE, SIENA. 1250-1320

 

The 2015 summer exhibition at the Louvre-Lens highlights the wealth of artistic exchanges between the capital of the Kingdom of France and what is now Tuscany, in the latter half of the 13th century. 

Thanks to exceptional loans from around twenty prestigious European museums, the exhibition lifts the veil on the relationships between the major centres of artistic creation of the period: Paris, Florence, Siena and Pisa. 

The exhibition brings together more than 125 exquisite works: monumental statuary, gold background paintings, illuminated manuscripts, fine enamels and ivories. In particular, these works reveal the influence of French exponents of High Gothic style on the Tuscan sculptors and painters of the late 13th century, within a cultural area that would become the cradle of the early Renaissance. 

This exhibition at the Louvre-Lens will be the first to examine this phenomenon, which is of paramount importance to the history of art. 

 



Diane Junqua 

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Exhibition from 27 May to 28 September 2015.

Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
Late-night opening until 10 pm on Fridays 5 June and 4 September.

Admission to the exhibition: €9. Free of charge for under 26s (full list of exemptions on www.louvrelens.fr)
Combined tickets with « The Château de Versailles in 100 masterpieces » exhibition at the Fine Arts Museum of Arras: €10.

 




6 MAY - 20 SEPTEMBER 2015
CANALETTO, ROME - LONDRES - VENISE. LE TRIOMPHE DE LA LUMIERE

CAUMONT CENTRE D'ART

On 6th May 2015 Culturespaces has opened the doors of the Art Centre of the Hôtel de Caumont. Located a few steps away from the Cours Mirabeau at the former Hôtel de Caumont, a jewel of the eighteenth century currently undergoing restoration, this new cultural institution quickens the heartbeat of Aix- en-Provence.

The cultural programming of the Art Centre of the Hôtel de Caumont highlights the Fine Arts, with two major temporary exhibitions every year dedicated to the world’s greatest masters - from ancient art to modern painting. For its inaugural exhibition, from 6th May to 20th September 2015, the art centre of the Hôtel de Caumont presents a retrospective entitled Canaletto, Rome - London - Venice. The triumph of light

Head curator: Dr. Bozena Anna Kowalczyk, specialist in 18th century Venetian painting. 



Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

Dereen O'SULLIVAN / dereen@claudinecolin.com

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Access and opening times

Caumont – Art Centre

3, rue Joseph Cabassol 13100 Aix-en-Provence

Open every day, 365 days a year.
From May to September: 10 a.m. until 7 p.m.
From October to April: 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Late opening on Tuesdays until 9:30 p.m. during exhibitions

The cultural bookshop will be open on the Art Center’s opening hours, everyday. 




29 APRIL - 31 AUGUST 2015
SHARED SACRED SITES

MUSEE DES CIVILISATIONS DE L'EUROPE ET DE LA MEDITERRANEE (MUCEM) / MARSEILLE

Religious identity is one of the most sensitive issues raised by “living together” in the Mediterranean. Seen in this light, this inland sea seems to be an area of separation and conflict. 

To each their own God, their scriptures, their saints. At worst, exchanges result in religious wars and the clash of civilisations- at best, in scholarly debates, laborious and often sterile. A religious phenomenon, little known to the general public, but very present in the Mediterranean, will be brought to the attention of MuCEM visitors: the sacred places shared by the followers of different religions.

Without falling into the hollow rhetoric of “a dialogue of cultures and religions”, it seems vital, amid debates about the clash of civilisations, to demonstrate that alienation and abhorrence of the other are not the required modalities of interaction between the religions of Mediterranean. The principal objective of the exhibition is to inform a wide audience about these surprising phenomena that concern, today as in the past, millions of people around the Mediterranean.

 



Christelle Moreau : christelle@claudinecolin.com
Patricia Lachance : patricia@claudinecolin.com

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27 MARCH - 20 JULY 2015
FROM GIOTTO TO CARAVAGGIO, THE PASSIONS OF ROBERTO LONGHI

The exhibition presents the great names in Italian painting, from the 14th to the 17th century, rediscovered by one of the major figures in the history of Italian art, Roberto Longhi (1889/1890-1970). Giotto, Masaccio, Masolino, Piero della Francesca, Ribera, and Caravaggio are among the leading artists highlighting the exhibition. Alongside the works from the Roberto Longhi Foundation, presented for the first time in France, will be works loaned by the biggest French and Italian museums. This exhibition is an unprecedented dialogue between a great connoisseur and his artistic passions. 

 



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Open 365 days a year from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Late opening on Mondays until 8.30 p.m..

The tea room is open every day from 11.45 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Open every Monday evening until 7 p.m.
The cultural gift and bookshop is open when the museum is open, including Sundays.

Individuals

Full rate: 12
Reduced rate: 10(students, children from 7 to 17, jobseekers)
Exhibition audio guide: 3

Permanent collection audio guide: free

Musée Jacquemart-André

158, boulevard Haussmann

75008 PARIS

Tel. : + 33 (0)1 45 62 11 59 www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com

Metro: lines 9 and 13 (Saint-Augustin, Miromesnil ou Saint- Philippe du Roule)
RER: RER A (Charles de Gaulle-Étoile)
Bus: 22, 28, 43, 52, 54, 80, 83, 84, 93

Car park: Haussmann-Berri, at the foot of the museum, open 24h/24
Vélib’ station: rue de Berri

The temporary exhibition rooms are not accessible to people with reduced mobility. 

Family rate

Pay the admission charge for two adults and one child and the second child gets in free (7 to 17 years).

Groups

Group visits are only subject to reservation: groupes@musee-jacquemart-andre.com

The Privilège Card (annual pass)

Solo card : 32 / Duo card : 60 / Jeune card : 20 € 


 




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




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