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Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris reopens its doors on 19th May 2021


The Museum for Decorative Arts on 107 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris opens with the continuation of one show - and four others that will open to the public by reservation only, due to strict rules of social distancing conforming to current health rules.


10 Mai 2021 - 12:05
     

The Hourglass by Marc Newson, Switzerland 2015, borosilicate glass, stainless steel gold-plated nanoballs©photo Philippe Joner
The Hourglass by Marc Newson, Switzerland 2015, borosilicate glass, stainless steel gold-plated nanoballs©photo Philippe Joner

‘Luxes’ in the main nave

From May 19th until 18th July the show about luxury goods which dominate the first half of this century will display the work of high quality craftmanship of contemporary creation. Each piece refers to artistic taste and sensibility evolving from last century until our times.
 

M to M of M/M (Paris) Volume 2 - Edition Thames & Hudson©Thames & Hudson
M to M of M/M (Paris) Volume 2 - Edition Thames & Hudson©Thames & Hudson

‘M/M from one museum to the other’ in the permanent collections

The Musée des arts décoratifs and the Musée d’Orsay are associated in the joint invitation to M/M (Parisian designers founded in 1992 by Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak) to display their oeuvre in the permanent collections of both museums on either side of the river Seine. Volume II of their monography published by Thames & Hudson accompanies this original form of presenting their most recent work from May 19th until 3rd October 2021.
 

Stefania Lucchetta, Volutae Ring 30, 2020 made of titan©photo Fabio Zonta
Stefania Lucchetta, Volutae Ring 30, 2020 made of titan©photo Fabio Zonta

‘Collect/Connect – contemporary jewelery by Julie Decubber and Stefania Luchetta’ in the Galerie des Bijoux

Again the ‘Galerie des Bijoux’ will display jewelery from 2020, this time by Julie Decubber and Stefania Lucchetta from 19th May until 3rd October 2021 where visitors can admire their original and unique pieces using unusual materials and techniques.

Extract from the film 'Les Impatients' by Alexandre Humbert, France 2020©poster Arnaud Pujol
Extract from the film 'Les Impatients' by Alexandre Humbert, France 2020©poster Arnaud Pujol

‘An uncertain Spring, invitation to 40 creators’ in the permanent collections from 19th May until 3rd October 2021

The exhibition title reflects the uncertain times during the spring 2020 when 40 creators, artists, designers, artisans or graphic artists continued to work and collect objects despite being confined by the effects of the global pandemic.
A vivid example is the film ‘Les Impatients’ by Alexandre Humbert which illustrates the teeming imagination and activity of artists in spite of adverse circumstances.
 

‘Histoires de photographies. Collection du Musée des Arts Décoratifs’ continues

The show which was scheduled to open on April 1, 2021, just before the second confinement struck continues from 19th May until December 12th 2021 in the Espace publicitaire et graphisme of the museum. The pertaining article dated 20 February 2021 can be found in Paris News Post.
 

Julie Decubber, necklace Francine t. 2020, Collect/Connect, contemporary jewelery©photo Julie Decubber
Julie Decubber, necklace Francine t. 2020, Collect/Connect, contemporary jewelery©photo Julie Decubber

Musée des arts décoratifs Paris

107 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Tel. +33(0)144555750
Connection internet at: madparis.fr
Métro: Palais-Royal, Pyramides, Tuileries
Open from Tuesday until Sunday from 11h until 18h
Thursday the museum is open until 21h but only temporary exhibitions
and the Galerie des Bijoux are open
entrance fee: 14€
reduced fee  : 10€
free for those under 26 years of age

Highly recommended that tickets should be booked beforehand because rules of social distancing still apply!

 


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