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The aristocratic character of the Place Saint Sulpice. The charming sidestreets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, with their elegant casual feel, the romantic mood of the Luxembourg Gardens, the classical splendour of the Théâtre de l’Odéon, the poetry of a bench full of books just in front of Hôtel Récamier… and the consummate highly cultivated, laidback Left Bank art of living. From legendary cafés and brasserie terraces to more confidential addresses and little courtyards, from trendsetting stores to specialist bookshops and galleries, Parisian Way of Life is on your doorstep, ready to be observed and experienced on a stroll, or a walk. Just ask. We are here to help, guide you and introduce you to the many surprises the city has to offer.

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Yves Saint Laurent: Transparencies

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The exhibition will focus on transparency as Yves Saint Laurent's preferred artistic expression. Some forty textile pieces will be presented. These will be accompanied by elements of the creative process: sketches, tracing patterns, photographs and accessories, as well as a series of drawings inspired by the paintings of Goya. Works by modern and contemporary artists echo Yves Saint Laurent's creations.

Attracted by the suggestive power of transparency, Yves Saint Laurent began experimenting with materials such as chiffon, lace and tulle in the 1960s. Like a leitmotif, transparency recurs regularly throughout his forty-year career, actively contributing to the silhouette of a powerful, liberated woman. Drawing on the power of materials, this new exhibition explores fashion and the couturier's vision in all its complexity: as close as possible to his relationship with the body and revisited nudity.

From February 9 to August 25, 2024.

The Egypt of the Pharaohs, From Cheops to Ramses II

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L'Atelier des Lumières dedicates its new exhibition to the Egypt of the Pharaohs, featuring masterpieces from a civilization that spans three millennia and fascinates every generation. The immersive journey takes visitors along the Nile with its lush flora and fauna, and invites them to discover the daily life of ancient Egypt with its bas-reliefs, paintings and ancient papyri.

The digital exhibition reveals the remains of ancient Egypt as they appeared to French scientists during the Egyptian Campaign from 1798 to 1801, and as drawn by painter David Roberts. Visitors are immersed in this period of history, discovering the construction sites of the pyramids, the temples dedicated to multiple divinities, the mythical battles that punctuated the reigns of successive sovereigns, and immersing themselves in the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens.

From February 9, 2024 to January 5, 2025.

Olympism: a modern invention, an ancient heritage

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For the third Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in Paris in 2024, the Musée du Louvre invites the public to discover the creation of the first Olympic Games and its iconographic sources at the end of the 19th century, to grasp the political context and to understand how its organizers wanted to reinvent the competitions of ancient Greece.

The exhibition reveals the origins of this global event: in addition to Pierre de Coubertin, a number of French and Greek personalities were behind the biggest and most closely followed sporting event of all. They were joined by Émile Gilliéron (1850-1924), a Swiss-born draughtsman who trained at the Beaux-Arts in Paris and frequented the Louvre, where he copied some of the masterpieces. Settled in Greece and appointed official artist of the 1896 Athens Olympic Games and the 1906 Mesolympiade, he drew inspiration from the discoveries made during the excavations of the great contemporary archaeological sites to invent the winners' trophies. Using the most modern reproduction techniques, he illustrated the images used to communicate the fledgling Greek state, notably on stamps and posters.

Thanks to an exceptional loan from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), the Louvre is exhibiting the first Olympic cup, known as the Bréal Cup: designed by the academic Michel Bréal, it was created by a French goldsmith for the winner of the first Marathon race, invented during the modern Olympic Games.

As part of the cultural program for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the exhibition aims to show how, in the name of sport, the alliance of the scientific disciplines of philology, history, art history and archaeology succeeded in creating this global event.

April 24 to September 16, 2024
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Auguste Herbin, the revealed master

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The Musée de Montmartre is the first Parisian museum to devote a retrospective exhibition to Auguste Herbin, in the city where he created all his life. With works often never seen before, it retraces the painter's seven creative periods: postimpressionism, fauvism, cubism, monumental objects, new figuration, first and second abstraction. Here, Herbin regains his rightful place in the history of modern art, and presents us with first-rate works from each of his creative periods.

March 15 to September 15, 2024
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An evening with the Impressionists Paris 1874 - Immersive virtual reality expedition

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This immersive expedition invites you to relive the opening night of the first Impressionist exhibition through virtual reality. A unique journey back in time to share with family and friends. The exhibition, which opened in the photographer Nadar's former studio at 8pm on April 15, 1874, brought together independent artists who had chosen to exhibit outside the official Salon. Their names included Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro and Edgar Degas.

Equipped with a virtual reality headset, visitors discover the hushed atmosphere of the first Impressionist exhibition, and meet the painters and places that marked the beginnings of the movement, from the studio of painter Frédéric Bazille to Le Havre, where Monet executed his famous painting Impression, Soleil Levant. Thanks to the work of experts in 3D reconstruction and virtual reality, and under the scientific direction of the Musée d'Orsay, this experience invites you to take part in this major event in the history of art.

March 26 to August 11, 2024
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The Workshop of lights

Located between Bastille and Nation, in a former foundry in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, the Atelier des Lumières offers monumental immersive digital exhibitions that are broadcast continuously. With 140 video projectors and a spatialized sound system, this unique multimedia equipment covers 3,300 square meters of floor to ceiling space, with walls rising up to 10 meters.

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The Dior Gallery

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The Dior Gallery, which bears witness to the bold vision of Christian Dior and his six successors: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri.

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Café Lapérouse

The Café Lapérouse is anchored in the newly restored Hôtel de la Marine, Place de la Concorde. An address for a gustatory journey, immersed in a romantic decor, designed by Cordélia de Castellane.

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The Louis Vuitton Foundation

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The collection of the Fondation Louis Vuitton does not aim at the objectivity and exhaustiveness of a public collection. It is committed to sharing the emotions and questions provoked by certain works whose power to "break the rules" reinvents a relationship with the world. To do so, it is naturally organized around sensitive lines that draw four directions: Contemplative, Popist, Expressionist, Music and Sound.

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4, place Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris


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10, bis rue Servandoni, 75006 Paris


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