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since 2012, the crystal works of the Lalique Museum in Wingen-sur-Moder in Alsace are presented for free to the public during the Christmas period. This year again, the tenth edition of the "Happy Cristal" event gives pride of place to a precious iridescent and protean collection, to see with family until December 31.
representations of fish, tigers, or Pandas proudly stand in the heart of theexhibition presented in partnership with the
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France 3 Alsace / S. Malal / E. Gambette / S. Teissier Glass and crystal are the basis of Lalique production in Wingen-sur-Moder which presents figurative or abstract subjects. The manufacture of a part on site can sometimes require up to 40 different steps. A work of patience, which attracts spectators from the other side of the planet. "This crystal, I have never seen this in China before. It is all these little details, all these colors that are incredible," says a tourist. of the new and the old René Lalique was, among other things, influenced by the Asian arts. A link that still continues today through contemporary creators. As witnesses of this woven link: crystal pandas, available in a limited edition, at a price of 15,000 euros are present in their writings. Or again, a reduced pink pig, created in 2019 on the occasion of the pig year in Chinese astrology: "It's quite strange, because crystal, generally, we don't want to hold it . I think it's her design in roundness and her little head. It pleases a lot, "explains Sarah Klein, mediator of the Lalique Museum. In this annual meeting now installed, the crystal of yesteryear meets that of today. The historical collections started almost 135 years ago are enriched each year new creations. All this is visible until December 31st.
Expo "Surrealice": Alice's magic in Wonderland floats on the museums of Strasbourg .
entitled "Suréalice", the double exhibition of the Tomi Ungerer Museum and the Museum of Modern Art pays homage to Lewis Carroll's tale. It is accessible until February 26, 2023. The double exhibition "Surrealice" offered at the Tomi Ungerer Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in Strasbourg explores the universe of the famous Lewis Carroll tale. A course strewn with surprises, between paintings of surrealists and modern illustrations. To be discovered until February 26, 2023.