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Louvre - DNP Museum Lab, Sèvres Porcelain, an Art of Living in the 18th Century


Feast your eyes on the beauty of 18th-century Sèvres porcelain in the Louvre’s Napoléon III Apartments. Cutting-edge multimedia resources, designed in the context of the Museum Lab project, will help you discover how these porcelain pieces were made.

Dispositif « L’art espagnol au musée du Louvre, histoire d’une collection » présenté à Tokyo d’avril 2012 à octobre 2012

Louvre - DNP Museum Lab. Masterpieces of Spanish Painting


Discover the collection of Spanish art in the musée du Louvre thanks to the multimedia displays designed as part of the Louvre – DNP Museum Lab project. This interactive and fun approach gives you the keys to understanding masterpieces by Zurbarán, Murillo and Goya.

Dispositif Le Cratère d’Antée, un chef-d’œuvre de la céramique grecque

Louvre - DNP Museum Lab. Masterpieces of the Ancient Greek World


Discover the Musée du Louvre's collection of ancient Greek art through digital displays developed as part of the Louvre - DNP Museum Lab project. These fun and interactive displays provide tools for better understanding and appreciating the works on display.

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Making Sacred Images. Rome-Paris, 1580-1660


The great reform movement that shook the Church in the sixteenth century comprised a profound reflection on the nature of sacred images, fiercely attacked by the Protestants.
With some 85 works (prints and drawings, paintings, objets d’art, sculptures), “Making Sacred Images” aims to explore the complex issues at the heart of the religious art created by the greatest seventeenth-century painters, sculptors, and architects, such as Caravaggio, Annibale Carracci, Guido Reni, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and Pietro da Cortona in Rome, and Simon Vouet, Eustache Le Sueur, Philippe de Champaigne, or the Le Nain brothers in Paris.

Medieval Morocco. An empire from Africa to Spain


This major exhibition, presented by the Louvre in association with the FNM, Morocco’s national museum foundation, encourages a reassessment of the period from the eleventh to the fifteenth centuries, when the civilization of Western Islam was at the height of its glory, as much in terms of its artistic production as its place in history. A succession of dynasties - Almoravid, Almohad and Marinid - fashioned a cultural and political space centered on Morocco, gaining control of an empire stretching from sub-Saharan Africa to Andalusian Spain. This empire’s influence, unifying for the first time Islamic communities in the West, was felt as far away as the Near East. Bringing together nearly 300 works, the exhibition includes many of the most beautiful examples of this period’s achievements in areas such as architectural decoration, textiles, ceramics and calligraphy, illustrating this long and complex history, both essential to understanding contemporary Morocco and the very source of its modernity.

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