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The first section of the exhibition  From Kalila wa Dimna to La Fontaine : Traveling Through fables.


From 26 March to 21 July 2024, Louvre Abu Dhabi will host the new international exhibition “From Kalila wa Dimna to La Fontaine: Travelling through Fables “. Co-organised by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Louvre Abu Dhabi and France Muséums, the exhibition takes its inspiration from illustrated fables and ushers us into the world of animal tales. France Muséums deploys its mediation and production teams to devise a presentation focused on the visitor’s experience, enriched by a variety of multi-sensory interpretation devices.

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View of the exhibition Cartier, Islamic inspiration and Modern Design


Co-organised by Louvre Abu Dhabi, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the Musée du Louvre and France Muséums, with the support of Cartier, the new temporary exhibition “Cartier, Islamic Inspiration and Modern Design” will be presented at Louvre Abu Dhabi from 16 November 2023 to 24 March 2024. Florence Lallement and Flora Roy, Project Managers at France Muséums for this exhibition, here discuss the inception of the project for Louvre Abu Dhabi and the challenges involved in the design, production and coordination of internationally celebrated exhibitions. 

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180-degree installation for the exhibition Letters of light presented at Louvre Abu Dhabi. Exhibition and interpretive design

Letters of Light: The role of interpretive design in creating the visitor experience

Jointly organised by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Louvre Abu Dhabi and France Muséums, the new temporary exhibition Letters of Light is being presented at Louvre Abu Dhabi from 13 September 2023 to 14 January 2024. Around 245 exhibits have been brought together for this occasion, including 162 manuscripts, as well as archaeological objects, paintings, drawings, engravings and sculptures and a contemporary artwork. The exhibition, which occupies a total floor area of 1,400 square metres, presents civilizational, textual and linguistic histories which are intertwined and raise significant challenges in terms of sharing and mediation.

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Exhibition Money in Art at the Monnaie de Paris

Money in Art Exhibition – Preventive Conservation: a Key Challenge

France Muséums is working with La Monnaie de Paris to design its new exhibition “Money in Art”. Presented to the public from 30 March to 24 September 2023, this exhibition testifies to how the subject of money has fired artists’ imaginations and informed their work over the centuries. Featuring a varied array of over 150 artworks from different periods and places, the exhibition deals with a theme which, although rarely mentioned in the scientific domain, raises genuine challenges relating to preventive conservation, logistics and the management of works of art.

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Impressionism Pathways to modernity

Impressionism: Pathways to Modernity – The Role of Strategic Planning in International Collaboration

Jointly organised by France Muséums, the Musée d’Orsay and Louvre Abu Dhabi, the new international exhibition Impressionism: Pathways to Modernity will be held from 12 October 2022 to 5 February 2023 at Louvre Abu Dhabi. Bringing together over 150 artworks including 130 on loan from the Musée d’Orsay, it focuses on a theme and a period that are central to the latter museum. By creating a dialogue between major painters such as Monet, Manet, Cézanne, Renoir and Degas, the exhibition invites us to explore the work and influences of artists who, from the mid-1850s onwards, opened up new creative pathways closely linked to the social upheavals of their time.

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France Muséums symposium at Expo 2020 Dubai

Opportunities and Challenges for Museums Today

France Muséums leverages its extensive expertise to provide international project leaders with support and guidance. By redefining and reasserting the role and responsibility of museums, we aim to build a more accessible, inclusive and sustainable world. This article summarises the outcomes of the discussions that took place during Les Rencontres and explores the opportunities and challenges faced by museums today, paving the way for more in-depth conversations with the broader community of museum experts and aficionados.

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