Each season, the Louvre features a series of temporary exhibitions, each the result of the latest expert research.
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 European museums, the exhibition lifts the veil on the relationships between the major centers of artistic creation of the period: Paris, Florence, Siena, and Pisa.
Musée du Louvre-Lens, until September 28, 2015
The Winged Victory of Samothrace
Rediscovering a Masterpiece
The striking figure of one of the Louvre’s most famous pieces was unveiled anew in July 2014 after nearly a year of conservation treatment.
Musée du Louvre, until November 9, 2015
Claude Lévêque - Sous le plus grand chapiteau du monde
Claude Lévêque's work intervenes in the spaces it encounters, harnessing the energy of his densely-woven, intense 'plastic' vocabulary to deliver a powerful visual and sensory shock. As guest artist in residence at the Louvre, Lévêque's engagement begins with an incandescent light installation at Ieoh Ming Pei's celebrated Pyramid.
Musée du Louvre, until January 4, 2016
The new exhibition in the glass pavilion at the Louvre-Lens portrays the Metamorphoses of Ovid, a tremendous source of inspiration for artists since ancient times.
Musée du Louvre-Lens, until March 21, 2016
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