Exhibitions to Discover
A single ticket provides access to permanent collections and exhibitions.
- Until December 5, 2106, the Louvre is hosting the exhibition "Bouchardon (1688-1762), A Sublime Idea of Beauty." This is the first major monograph tribute of the work of the sculptor and draftsman who was very famous in his time. An unmissable opportunity to discover the works of one of the main protagonists of neoclassicism. This exhibition is held in the Hall Napoléon under the Pyramid.
- Until January 23rd, 2017, one can visit an exhibition entitled "Eugène Delacroix and George Sand, a Pictorial and Literary Friendship" which provides fascinating insights into their relationship.
- From October 20 to 16 January 2017, the Sully Rotunda area of the Louvre will host the exhibition"A Swede in Paris in the Eighteenth Century, the Tessin Collection." There will be about 120 works on display with paintings, sculptures, drawings and art objects.
- Over the same period, one can also visit the "The Baroque Movement, Salzburg Collections" exhibition which will display a hundred works from Austria.