The Louvre Abu Dhabi is introducing Louvre Abu Dhabi's autumn exhibitions and special events

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From the revolutions in art of the early 20th century Paris and the immersive new work designed specifically designed for Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi's galleries to our ten thousand year journey through the rich history of luxury, the autumn's schedule of world-class exhibits and events are packed with major names, big ideas, and fresh discoveries

History Of the Louvre Museum

A rendezvous with Paris: Picasso, Chagall, Modigliani Co (1900-1939) brings more than 80 masterworks at the Louvre Abu Dhabi, many of which will be seen throughout the Middle East for the first time, in order to recount the tale about one of the major historic watersheds in the history of culture and art.
In the early three decades of the 20th century, Paris was among the most romantic and fashionable cities of the world. being a magnet for the rich and the famous. It also attracted the dazzling and the bold, the risky and the adventurous.
In the period of this time the artists of this time like Picasso, Braque and Juan Gris created Cubism as Andre Breton and Man Ray, Max Ernst and Salvador Dali thought of Surrealism.

Rendezvous with Paris: Picasso, Chagall, Modigliani Co (1900-1939)

The years of 1924 and 1924 were when Paris not just was the host of its 1924 Olympic Games but a series of major international exhibitions that established the city's status as a cultural hub. an international group of tastemakers and talents contributed to the definition of the 20th century's modernity.

The enthralling mixture of intellectuals and creatives included experts from every discipline imaginable such as the master designer Paul Poiret and furniture designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann. There were writers like James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway The American music composer George Gershwin, the entertainer Josephine Baker and the visionary architect Le Corbusier.
An important exhibition organized in collaboration with Louvre Abu Dhabi, Centre Pompidou, Paris and Agence France-Museums. Rendezvous in Paris exhibits sculptures, paintings and photographs of forty of the greatest names , including Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall, Modigliani and Juan Gris, De Chirico, Brancusi and Brassai the photographer from Hungary who's work chronicled bohemian Paris during the 1920s.

10,000 Years of Luxury

When Rendezvous in Paris goes deep into an incredible moment in the history of a city 10,000 years of Luxury explores a trend that has repeated itself throughout the course of human history. With more than 350 items which explore what different cultures have valued the most over 10 millennia. The exhibit will take the visitors to a journey through the evolution of taste, that spans from ancient Egypt up to 1800, the time of the French court in Versailles and the catwalks of today.
Drawings taken from collections in French museums, including those of the Musee des Arts Decoratifs and Musee du Louvre, 10,000 Years of Luxury features ancient votive, a new dress from the Lebanese designer Elie Saab and masterworks from designers like Chanel, Dior and Balenciaga.

Luxury is the source of inspiration and the main inspiration for USO the Perfumed Cloud, one of two modern installations to be a part of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's premises this fall.
The first piece of its kind installed on the Middle East, USO (unidentified fragranced object) blends French luxurious know-how, an ethereal design and modern technology in climate.

USO - The Perfumed Cloud and Fur die Luft

Housed in a specially-commissioned chamber that will sit on an island under the museum's vast dome, this olfactory installation takes the form of a cloud that envelops visitors in a bespoke fragrance, developed by Maison Cartier's in-house perfumier Mathilde Laurent. The room, which is a transparent cube, was developed by the German company Transsolar KlimaEngineering, a climate engineering firm. Transsolar KlimaEngineering.

If USO the Perfumed Cloud deals primarily with our sense of smell as well as scent, Susanna Fritscher's Fur die Luft (For the Air) is an installation that explores the sense of sight and the Louvre Abu Dhabi's delicate playing of light. A maze comprised from thousands of diaphanous silicon threads, which stretch across the entire floor of one of the gallery spaces, Fur die Luft appears like a mistthat catches the light rain that falls into the galleries, changing visitors' perception of the gallery and the area that their bodies inhabit through the process.

In the autumn of this year, Louvre Abu Dhabi is also pleased to present nearly 600 new items in our exhibitions to complete our regular artwork rotation. This includes the enigmatic Peacock of Abd al-Malik the Christian and a profoundly multifaceted object whose purpose and purpose has long been in doubt.

A bold bronze bird with Arabic in addition to Latin inscriptions It could have served as a vessel for liturgy by an Christian community that lived within Islamic Iberia, al-Andalus, possibly during the Ummayyad caliphate (711-1031 CE).
Entry for Rendezvous with the stars of Paris: Picasso, Chagall, Modigliani Co (1900-1939) 10000 Years of Luxury, USO - The Perfumed Cloud and Fur die Luft are all part of the cost of the general admission ticket. The importance of pre-booking tickets is due to the busy times however, you can purchase your tickets online in advance.

The season of autumn in the Louvre Abu Dhabi is a time of discovery and exploration. We'll have a lot of exciting announcements planned over the next few months and weeks about our exhibitions and other events, therefore, make sure that you're the first to learn about the latest news by creating your personal Louvre Abu Dhabi account, opting in for emails about updates, or joining us online.
Sign up to become the Louvre Abu Dhabi member today and enjoy every exhibition for no cost with the guest. Find out more here about Louvre Abu Dhabi operating hours.
Its stunning design, created by award-winning Pritzker prize designer Jean Nouvel, the Louvre Abu Dhabi was named an important part of seven major urban wonders of the world in the year 2018.

In its inaugural year, the museum received more than a million visitors making it one of the most prestigious arts and culture institutions in the world stage. It has a world-class collection of art that includes works of Rembrandt Van Rijn Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, and Paul Gaugin supported by four major international art exhibitions every year.
Hosting a continuous program of films, exhibitions along with live performances, talks and exhibitions It also houses an exhibit for children that features its own family-oriented exhibits as well as workshops and events with workshops in Arabic or English for children ages six to 12. The games include interactive ones like A Costume Adventure, which is inspired by the costumes depicted in paintings from the museum's permanent collections.

The visitors can create a whole day of it with Louvre Abu Dhabi's cafe, Louvre Abu Dhabi's cafés, Art Lounge and boutique.
Museum Cafe Museum Cafe offers a day-long dining experience that combines the finest of local and international food in a setting which offers stunning perspectives of the city's coastline and skyline
For those who have limited hours, nutritious and child-friendly "grab-and-go" options are also readily available, while coffee enthusiasts will want to go to Aptitude Cafe. Aptitude Cafe. It is located in the beautiful outdoor space within The Louvre Abu Dhabi park, Aptitude Cafe is one of the first speciality coffee shops.

For those with an inclined to be adventurous, Louvre Abu Dhabi hosts kayaking tours of the museum, which offer breathtaking views of the museum's architecture as well as an the all-encompassing dome that is the centerpiece of Jean Nouvel's concept.
To get a better perspective of Louvre Abu Dhabi's iconic dome which is the origin of the museum's unique 'Rain Of Light Visitors can also go to the museum's rooftop Art Lounge, our lounge-bar that sits beneath the museum's breathtaking 7500-tonne dome.For an even more intimate glimpse of Louvre Abu Dhabi's dome, which is the origin of the museum's unique "Rain of Light", visitors are also welcome to visit Louvre Abu Dhabi's roof Art Lounge, our lounge-bar which is situated under the museum's magnificent 7500-tonne dome.

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