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The Musée du Louvre is an EPA, or Etablissement Public Administratif, a status that gives it administrative autonomy. Although the museum is largely financed by the state, it also relies on other sources of income, which make up more than a third of its budget. The Musée du Louvre relies on the generosity of its patrons and donors to carry out many of its missions and projects.
Eighteenth-century decorative art galleries
July 1, 2013
The restoration of the Louvre’s collection of eighteenth-century decorative art, entrusted to Jacques Garcia, is one of the richest and most comprehensive public collections of its kind. It aims to place the works on display in a context that is as esthetically and historically rich as possible.
Group reception area
April 28, 2018
In 2018, the Musée du Louvre finalized its biggest construction project in recent years.
The new Department of Islamic Art galleries
January 1, 2008
The project of creating the new Department of Islamic Art galleries is the biggest construction site of museographic development since the Pyramid of I.M. Pei. The construction began in 2008 and should end at the end of 2012.
The Pyramid Project
May 15, 2016
In late June 2014, the Musée du Louvre embarked on what will be its biggest construction project over the coming few years.