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The exhibition Claude Monet - Joan Mitchell begins which a retrospective devoted to the American artist. the public discover this major artist of the 20th century through some fifty or so of her works. The singularity of her paintings is characterized by an intense colour palate.
Then the exhibition offers the visitor an unprecedented dialogue between Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet, two artists who left their mark not only on their own era but also on subsequent generations of artists.
Fascinated by Impressionism, in 1968, Joan Mitchell moved to a property close to that of Claude Monet, in Giverny, whilst affirming her full artistic independence regarding the French master. Both artists’ sensitivity to light and colour is highlighted in striking visual and thematic parallels, through some sixty or so works.
This ticket includes :
-Entry to the temporary exhibition and the spaces of the Fondation
-Entry to the Jardin d’Acclimatation (attractions not included)
-Access to the electric shuttle linking the Fondation to Place de l'Etoile
Undated Ticket: It is not necessary to book a time slot. Simply go to the entrance for people with a Premium ticket at the entrance to the Fondation.
Access to the Fondation Louis Vuitton is free, upon presentation of a receipt, for: disabled persons and their companions, journalists and art critics from France and abroad (complete list on the Foundation's website and directly on site). It is strongly recommended to reserve a free ticket online.
From Monday 19 December to Monday 2 January :
Open from 9am to 8pm (until 11pm on Fridays)
Outside school holidays :
The opening times are subject to change, so please check the opening times on the Foundation's website before coming.
Duration : from October 5th, 2022 to February 23rd, 2023