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World Museums of Le Mans and Louvre strengthen their partnership: new loans of works expected

05:40  04 december  2022
05:40  04 december  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Laurence des Cars, présidente-directrice du musée du Louvre, Alice Gandin, directrice des Musées du Mans, et Stéphane Le Foll, maire du Mans, en pleine signature de la convention jeudi 3 novembre 2022, qui visent à renforcer les liens entre les musées manceaux et le Louvre. © Ouest-France Laurence des Cars, president of the Louvre museum, Alice Gandin, director of the Museums of Le Mans, and Stéphane Le Foll, mayor of Le Mans, in full signature of the Convention Thursday, November 3, 2022, which aim to strengthen the links between the Manceaux and Le Louvre museums.

The collaboration between the Louvre Museum and Museums of Le Mans, existing since 2001, has been consolidated and extended, with the signing, Thursday November 3, 2022 in Le Mans (Sarthe) of a partnership agreement, relating to temporary exhibitions , the organization of conferences and the strengthening of scientific exchanges.

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The Louvre Museum has a special link with Sarthe, as Stéphane Le Foll, mayor of Le Mans, and Laurence des Cars, president of the Louvre museum, recalled, Thursday November 3, 2022 at Le Mans.

The castle of Sourches in Saint-Symphorien in Sarthe, belonged to the family of Cars and It was in this castle that the great works of the Louvre museum were sheltered during the Second World War.

Share collections

but beyond the historical link between the Sarthe and the Louvre and the family memories of there are some generations, it is a desire of the museum on rue Rivoli not to be only, according to the About Laurence des Cars, a Parisian museum, but a museum of national territory. We are fortunate to have large collections and to be able to share them.

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Le Louvre, Egypt and Tessé

Pierre Rosenberg, director of the Louvre museum from 1994 to 2001, and Robert Jarry, mayor of Le Mans from 1977 to 2001, had, in their time already, initiated the partnership between Le Louvre and Tessé : In 2001, The Egyptian gallery opened its doors at the Tessé museum, with the help of the Egyptian antiquity department of the Parisian museum. The gallery hosting 50 Egyptian collections of the Louvre today.

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Partnership for three years

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The new partnership, signed for three renewable years, expands collaboration beyond Egyptian antiquities . It mainly revolves around three areas. First, the organization of temporary exhibitions, like that of "the Flemish fabric, 17th century fashion and painting", visible to the Tessé museum until January 29, 2023 , and, in 2025, a Exhibition on the theme of childhood in the 19th century. The Department of Paintings of the Louvre Museum will ensure the co-humor of the exhibition and will make important loans. During this partnership, curators of the Louvre museum will also hold conferences and conferences in Le Mans. Finally, scientific exchanges aimed at enhancing the respective collections of the Louvre and Le Mans museums will be reinforced.

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