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The Louvre invites J. M. G. Le Clézio – Museums are Worlds


The Louvre Museum’s guest of honor this season, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio, will be offering his own fresh perspective on the Louvre’s collections, through a multi-disciplinary program of events in the museum’s galleries and its auditorium. Museums are Worlds.

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The Louvre - Nintendo 3DS audio guide


As part of a new partnership with Nintendo, the Louvre museum has launched an unusual tour guide using Nintendo 3DSTM. Constantly looking for ways to stimulate and entertain its 8.9 million annual visitors, the Louvre remains committed to its digital ventures: interactive and original, the Louvre - Nintendo 3DS audio guide offers museum visitors the best possible experience.

 Le 28 Juillet. La Liberté guidant le peuple (28 juillet 1830)

The Galerie du Temps at the Louvre-Lens. A unique presentation of 205 works of art


Several months in advance of the planned opening of the Louvre - Lens on December 4, 2012, the Committee for Loans and Deposits of the Musées de France has approved the initial selection of 205 works that will be presented in the museum’s Galerie du Temps, home to a semi-permanent exhibition unlike any other ever put on public view before.

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Poussin and God


In spring 2015 the Musée du Louvre is showcasing the art of the seventeenth century with three exhibitions: two at the Louvre itself (“Poussin and God” and “Making Sacred Images”), the third, “Velázquez,” at the Grand Palais.

Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665) is the greatest French painter of the seventeenth century, considered by some as the greatest of all time. However, the artist, who was described during his lifetime as the “French Raphael,” is less well known today than Watteau, Delacroix, Monet, or Cézanne.
This exhibition, marking the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death, aims to introduce visitors to a little-known but particularly moving aspect of the art of this great French master: his religious painting.

Visuel DAI

New galleries for the Department of Islamic Art


The creation of a new wing dedicated to Islamic art at the Louvre represents a decisive phase in the architectural history of the palace and in the development of the museum. The design and installation of these new galleries is the museum’s single largest expansion project since I. M. Pei created the now-famous Pyramid twenty years ago. The new department will soon be home to one of the most exceptional collections of Islamic art in the world, owing to its geographic diversity, the historical periods covered, and the wide variety of materials and techniques represented.

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