Enthusiasts in Angoulême, the Museum of the BD reaches historical record records
Museum Helgoland Open again
After a multi-month conversion phase, the Museum Helgoland is open on time for the start of the summer season. You have used the time of Lockdown to completely rebuild and reassign the exhibition, Museumsleiter Jörg Andres said. "It was time." © Marcus Brandt / DPA A Börtboot and a Hummer Bude (Rear R) can be seen in the Museum Helgoland. The museum was founded more than 20 years ago and it was slowly built up a collection.
This is an exceptional summer season for the international city of comics and the image of Angoulême. The museum attracted nearly 20,000 visitors. Never seen at this time of year.
Visitors are very numerous to have wanderer, between June and at the end of August, in the aisles of the. 19 745 Very exactly. Either 32% increase compared to the summer of 2020, which had already been a good cru.
The museum apparently did not suffer from the sanitary pass, unlike other cultural places. Many tourists - 62% of visitors - took advantage of a passage in the region to discover the proposed exhibitions. Among them, 17% of Francilians. The museum has also welcomed many primo visitors, nearly a third. Good figures awarded to the desire of the public to find the path of exhibitions after months of confinement.
Grand Palace, Quai Branly, Museon Arlaten ... What to do during the museum night?
© AFP Concerts, DJ Sets, Escape Game, Opera ... On the occasion of the museum night, organized Saturday night, visitors can make free in the museums where many events are organized for young and old . Europe 1 has selected unmissable events. The 17th edition of the European museum night * takes place on Saturday night. From 18 hours to midnight, small and large animations are organized in 1,300 museums of France.
"There was some frustration compared to this health situation that did not see a number of operations," says Pierre Lungheretti, Director General of the International Cartoon and Image ( CIBDI).
Visitors have been in a hurry to see the flagship exhibitions that were long-standing, such as Picasso and Cartoon and Kubuni, the comic bands of Africa.s. They both generated, this summer, significant traffic of visitors. Good news for African artists whose works are exposed.
"We can only be happy that there was a success, that the public could discover some planks," says Chadien Ajim Dangaar. "It allows to see African production with a different look," adds Gaspard N'jock, Cameroon Author Cartoon. The two exhibitions are still visible: Kubuni until September 26 and Picasso until January 2nd, 2022. What to attract many new visitors.
A Russian aircraft of the cold war installed in the Museum of Modern Art of Luxembourg .
as part of the post-capital exhibition which opens on October 2nd at the Museum of Modern Art of Luxembourg, a Soviet MIG been installed by the British artist Roger HIORNS. © Provided by FranceInfo This is the central part of the post-capital exhibition which will be on the poster of the Museum of Modern Art of Luxembourg (MUDAM) of 2 October 2021 to 16 January 2022 : a Russian plane From the cold war. It is the British artist Roger Hiorns who is at the origin of this gigantic work.