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Impressionism is seldom associated with the notion of decoration, neither with walls, objects, fans, ceramics nor with any bas-reliefs. Nevertheless, certain impressionist works considered nowadays as easel paintings - landscapes, flowers or modern life scenes - were initially created with the aim of decorating. Feeling concerned with the part played by beauty in everyday life, […]
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Female artists of the first half of the XXth century played a major part in the development of the great modern artistic movements , and yet, nevertheless,  they were never recognized as such. The course of the exhibition wishes to reinscribe them in the process of art in transformation : from fauvism to abstraction, via […]
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Theater Through a succession of short skits, the story covers a period stretching from the XVIIth to the XXth centuries. In Russia, in the 30´s, Boileau, Chapelle and La Fontaine invite themselves at Boulgakov’s who is utterly distraught because all his works have been removed from theaters and libraries. From this point, to the author […]
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Thanks to a selection of around a hundred works - paintings, sculptures, manuscripts and artistic objects - , the exhibition invites the visitors to come and discover the heroines , either resumed or created by romanticism : heroines of the past, heroines from fictions, heroines from the stage. This journey in three phases offers the […]
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Thanks to surprising immersive staging , plunge into the enchanting world of the Incas, heirs of ecological, technological and artistic disciplines of the ancient Peruvian civilizations. More than a traditional exhibition of remarkable archeological objects, the exhibition is an immersive experience in the universe of ancient Peru societies which built , during over 3000 years […]
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The electric ferry Movitz is a new type of ferry developed in order to bring a contribution as regards reducing the sea traffic gas emissions. The ferry is equipped with two electric engines and can carry up to 120 passengers. It has also been conceived to be particularly quiet, which will also contribute to reducing […]
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« Over the course of a slow twilight »: such is Hofmannsthal’s stage direction for the representation of Elektra, Richard Strauss’ one-act tragedy, of unbelievable violence and darkness. Such is also the expression currently in use to describe the ultimate splendours of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the cosmopolitan Europe in the early years of the XXth […]
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