Here are the events we wrote about since the beginning of our activities, sorted by their title
A major show dedicated to the armour and paintings of the Spanish Court
A remarkable display of Chinese, Dutch and Italian pieces
THE FONDATION MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE GRAND-DUC JEAN, MUDAM LUXEMBOURG RECRUITS ITS DIRECTOR GENERAL (m/f)
THE FONDATION MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE GRAND-DUC JEAN, MUDAM LUXEMBOURG recruits its
Trough the confrontation of 143 Flemish and Chinese works of art, two visions of the world
THE GENIUS OF BOLOGNA Drawings from the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries from the public French collections
A superb panorama of drawings in Bologna and the Emilia region in the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries
From Chardin to Cindy Sherman, 200 major works focus on the image and status of the Artist in society
In their rediscovery of nature, the painters of the 19th century fell in love with a pattern so far little used : snow.
THE KING, THE EMPEROR AND THE CLOCK Masterworks from the Mobilier National at the musée du Temps in Besançon
The most sumptuous clocks of the Kings and Emperors of France presented for the first time
The conquest of the West has been bountiful for movies, but justice has never been given to the remarkable works it has contributed to the history of art.
A new museum to house the 12000 objects of Japanese art from the Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire
Read Calvin and write: through annotated copies of his works, a history of reading takes shape
The Rodin museum inaugurates its renovated chapel with the exhibition Sculpture in space, Rodin, Giacometti, Brancusi
Close-up on one of the least known yet most influential movements of the post war era.
The festivities and mascarades of the Carnival over the centuries
A unique opportunity to discover the museum's treasure: the somptuous imperial scrolls of one of the great moments of the history of China
TRIBAL ART AT THE HEART OF THE CURRENT ART MARKET.
A pioneering work aimed at bridging the gap between art and architecture
350 works of art and precious documents gathered over the centuries tell the History and tales of the "Pink City "
The masterpieces of a sacred art miraculously saved at the borders of Europe
The magnificent collections from the museum of Kosice unveil five centuries of sacred art
For the first time out of Japan, the paintings on screens and sliding partitions in a Shintoist sanctuary.
The impressive richness of pre-Columbian ceramics