"Louvre Museum Exhibition"
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One of the most sophisticated cultures evolved in the 18th century French royal court. Madame de Pompadour and Marie Antoinette who appreciated beauty decorated the salon, and the Rococo style and Neoclassicism began. Specially ordered accessories and items were crafted with precious materials by highly skilled artisans. This exhibition introduces around 140 masterpieces selected from the collections of the Louvre Museum. The highlights are the gorgeous items that strongly reflect the aesthetic of Madame de Pompadour and Marie Antoinette.
- French Film Screenings
"La Ville Louvre" (1990/ Nicolas Philibert/ 85mins.)
"Lady Oscar" (1979/ Jacques Demy/ 124mins.)
"Bande à part" (1964/ Jean-Luc Godard/ 96mins.)
Dates: February 9th (Sat), 10th (Sun), 11th (Mon/ holiday)
Location: Lecture Hall (capacity: 240)
2 films are on screen each day (morning & afternoon)
All the films are subtitled.
Please see the website for more details and ticket information.
"Today's Louvre Museum" Henri Loyrette (Louvre Museum direcotr)
January 24th (Thurs) 14:00-16:00 (with translation)
"The 18th Century French Court Art" Frédéric Dassas (Louvre Museum curator)
"Foreign Scent, the 18th Century Art and Eastern Ancient World" Yoshiki Ohno (Aoyama Junior Collage professor)
March 1st (Sat) 14:00-16:00 (with translation)
Location: Lecture Hall
Capacity: 240 (numbered ticket will be available from 13:00 on the each lecture day.)
Please refer to the museum's website for more details.
[Image: François Boucher "Madame de Pompadour" (c) Photo RMN - cDaniel Arnaudet/ distributed by DNPAC]
From 2008-01-24 To 2008-04-06
Closed on Mondays (except February 11th) and February 12th.