Free tour of the exhibition « 21, rue la Boétie » (based on the book by Anne Sinclair, Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2012). During the visit, the children will discover the works of Picasso, Braque, Matisse, and Léger. The work of these avant-garde artists was regularly exhibited at 21, Rue de la Boétie, the art gallery of the famous art collector Paul Rosenberg.

Conditions of participation

Age: from 6 to 11 years old
Duration: 1hr30
Times: from 9.15 a.m to 6.30 p.m.
Covered by the Culturespaces Foundation: admission for the children and supervisors.
Registration is obligatory.

Teaching tools for social organisations and schools

A teaching dossier is provided to help you prepare the visit and see the exhibition for yourself. It contains all the teaching tools and resources required before and during the visit, along with ideas for educational projects that can be implemented after the visit. 

A booklet with games is handed out freely on site and helps the children discover the major works in the exhibition in an entertaining way.

Guided visit and workshop

After a guided visit lasting around fifty minutes, the children will have a chance to create a still life or a portrait that would have appealed to Paul Rosenberg’s expert eye (a twenty-minute workshop).
Admission fee: 80 euros for a group of a maximum of twenty children.

Contact : +33 1 56 59 01 78 | fondation2@culturespaces.com

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Maillol Museum

Located on Rue de Grenelle, right in the heart of the seventh arrondissement of Paris, the Musée Maillol houses the largest collection of works by Aristide Maillol, an artist who revolutionised modern sculpture. 

Ever since the eighteenth century, this elegant mansion, with its paved courtyard and famous façade decorated by Edme Bouchardon, has been devoted to art. The museum provides a comprehensive panorama of Aristide Maillol’s oeuvre and includes a large collection of twentiethcentury modern art. It holds major temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and would become an important part of Parisian culture.

59-61 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris (line 10 or 12 "Rue du Bac" or line 12 "Sèvres-Babylone").

 

 

 

 

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