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Dancing with Degas
friday 01 september 2017
Edgar Degas was interested in modern life and more specifically in bodies in movement. In his quest, the world of dance offered him a genuine...
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Tribute to Charles Baudelaire
thursday 31 august 2017
To mark the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Baudelaire (9 April 1821-31 August 1867). let us pay tribute to this unclassifiable...
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This is not Magritte
friday 11 august 2017
It has been fifty years since Magritte left us. As a painter of the metaphysical and the surreal, this "tactical conformist" never...
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Elvis Presley, the King
wednesday 02 august 2017
It was on 16 August 1977 that the world of rock and roll learned that the King had died aged just 42. Born Elvis Aaron Presley, he revolutionised...
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Tribute to Jeanne Moreau
tuesday 01 august 2017
In 60 years of cinema and over 130 films, Jeanne Moreau worked with some of the great directors, from Luis Buñuel to Wim Wenders, François...
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Mona Lisa is smiling again
wednesday 12 july 2017
The Mona Lisa is the world's most visited and most copied painting and has fascinated us for over five centuries. We take a look back in...
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At the heart of Picardy, the Musée de la Coopération Franco-Américaine
tuesday 27 june 2017
After a period of closure of 11 years, the Musée National de la Coopération Franco-Américaine reopens its doors on 4 July 2017The Château de...
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Do, re, mi, fa, sol
wednesday 21 june 2017
The Fête de la musique is celebrated across the globe on 21 June, a date that corresponds to the first day of summer in the northern hemisphere...
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New collection: the Willy Ronis donation
monday 19 june 2017
After an estate settlement lasting almost thirty years, the Médiathèque de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine this year takes charge of the...
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A look at the collections: MUDO's wallpapers
monday 12 june 2017
In 2010, the Musée Départemental de l'Oise acquired a set of wallpapers largely dating from the era of Napoleon III and the Art Deco...
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The Agency is distributing the David King Collection
thursday 01 june 2017
Graphic designer and designer David King, who passed away in 2016, collected documents throughout his life on the history of the USSR from the...
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A look at the collections: The Women of Marble
tuesday 30 may 2017
"Statues of flesh", was how Théophile Gautier described the female statue by James Pradier, a sculptor in the carved marble style....
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