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Enthusiasts Carnavalet Museum: Long live the reopening of the oldest Parisian museum!

14:55  07 june  2021
14:55  07 june  2021 Source:   elle.fr

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Tell the history of the capital on 3900 m2? It is the challenge raised by the Carnavalet Museum - Paris History that is reborn after four years of construction. All at all at the museum!

  Musée Carnavalet : vive la réouverture du plus ancien musée parisien ! © Cyrille Weiner

The Parisian life is back ... its museum too! Four years of renovation will have been necessary to revive the Carnavalet Museum located in its Historic Marais district. The objective of this cultural place? Tell the history of Paris in 3800 works, in a next round for the first time a chronological thread, ranging from prehistory to the present day.

Thus, we can soak up the documentary and sentimental history of the capital admiring paintings, sculptures, pieces of furniture, woodwork, objects of art, objects of history and memory, signs, photographs, drawings, prints, Posters, models, medals, coins, collections of archeology, not to mention the famous room of Marcel Proust and the portrait of Madame de Sevigne by Claude Lefebvre .... - periods like the Renaissance, the Middle Ages, the 20th and 21st centuries enter the museum and not to spoil 10% of the works are exposed to child.

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The totality of the works presented in the new hanging has been restored. The work has made it possible to magnify the building, to make it more accessible to all and to propose a new immersive course.

From an architectural point of view, the two private hotels which constitute the museum (carnavalet, the first building acquired by the city of Paris in 1866 before opening to the public in 1880, and the Peletier de Saint-Fargeau) have been renovated. Previously hidden berries have turned into a well of light and one of the oldest parts of the building, the basement of the Carnavalet hotel, unveils its vaulted stone spaces. Finally, the museum regains its entrance of origin, located at 23 of the Rue de Sévigné, as well as a new reception area in the old 17th century stables.

For its first temporary exhibition, from June 15th to October 31, 2021, the Carnavalet Museum - History of Paris present Henri Cartier-Bresson - Review Paris in association with the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation to highlight the importance of this city in The life and work of the great French photographer of the 20th century. Looking forward to seeing Paris under his eye!

https://www.carnavalet.paris.fr/

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