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"finally the cinema! Arts, Images and Shows in France (1833-1907)", the new exhibition of the Musée d'Orsay traces the path that brought to The invention of light brothers. A rich route of more than 300 works to discover until 16 January 2022.
Paris, city of love, city light and city of cinema, for more than 120 years and the invention of the cinematograph by Light brothers, the capital always arouses the same craze for the seventh art. This is undoubtedly this passion, always intact, which motivated the Conservatives of the Musée d'Orsay to mount the new exhibition of the site finally entitled the cinema! Arts, Images and Shows in France (1833-1907). The cinema enthusiasts can feast until January 16, 2022.
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An arts dialogue
presented without chronological order of inventions, the exhibition finally the cinema! is voluntarily synchronic and thematic. The course is dialogue the French film production of the years 1895-1907 with the history of the arts, since the invention of photography until the first years of the twentieth century. The exhibition brings together nearly 300 documents. Paintings, posters, books, photos, material and of course movies, anonymous or signed big names. It also highlights the importance of impressionist painters who are experimenting with the art of framing. As in painter's paintings Gustave Caillebotte who brings life into the image with close-ups of characters.
"This type of very modern framing we will find it in the first views of the light brothers in the late 1890s where the first light operators pose their cinematograph in the street and record the movement of passers-by", explains Paul Perrin, conservative Museum of Orsay and the Commissioner of the exhibition.
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The color and eroticism The exhibition presents in seven steps some fifty films, all made before 1907. To attract the eye and reflect the reality, the first dandruff are sometimes colorized by image. The precious collection also contains small treasures and reveals a heterogeneous production with some surprises. Comic films of course, but also less known to the general public, erotic daguerreotypes. Before cinema, there are fashionable attractions, such as the diorama. This I
Lalling device includes painted canvases on transparent support, a room, a vision lens and a bellows. By this set of lights, the large painting is then animated.Capture the movement Paris 1897: The capital is in full metamorphosis. New era, new work rhythms, production of goods, chain work, cinema is the day in full industrial revolution. The report to the image changes, and very quickly the need to see life moving becomes central. "It is the exploitation of man by man and who generates new means, new forms to represent this time," Dominique Pâïnique, Commissioner of the exhibition. Over a few major topics that are the fascination for the city show, the desire to record the rhythms of nature, the dream of a reality "increased" by the restitution of the color, sound and relief Or by immersion, the exhibition ranks the cinematograph's adventure and concludes around 1906-1907 while the length of the films lies. The projections are sedentarized in cities, the first obscure room opens in Paris in 1906, the 7th art will become a mass leisure and offer movie buffs all kinds of pleasures.
"Finally the Cinema! Arts, Images and Shows in France (1833-1907)" At the Museum of Orsay
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