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Picasso at the Louvre-Lens, global warming in Nausicaa, “Lumière d’Opale” by foreign painters in Le Touquet… exhibitions installed in Pas-de-Calais pendant fall-winter season 2021-2022 are varied! Zoom on five installations Do not miss.
Picasso and the Louvre in Lens
Two art monuments are brought together in an exhibition, installed at the Louvre-Lens this season: Pablo Picasso and the Louvre museum. In “The Louvre of Pablo Picasso”, a route where the painter and one of the most famous museums in the world meet. We will give you a preview visit in an article dedicated to the subject.
Free figurations in Calais
An exceptional exhibition spanning two museums – the Museum of Fine Arts and the City of Lace and Fashion – is visible in Calais, until January 2, 2022. In “Libres figurations – Years 80”, (re ) discover more than 200 works by 50 international artists and groups of artists (1979-1986) who marked this emblematic era. Paintings, sculptures, videos, posters, music… Creations born of an original and provocative movement, effervescent and which have shaken up the codes of art.
Fashion lace city, open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. except Tuesday, and until 5 p.m. from November 1. Closed on December 24, 25, 31 and January 1. Price: € 7/5 / free for certain audiences. For more info, go to on the city’s official website.
“In the eye of the climate” in Boulogne
The National Center of the Sea Nausica offers an exhibition on global warming and its consequences (the melting of the ice caps), until December 2021. 430 m2 projection from the ground to the walls and a sound immersion you can discover and experience the effects of global warming. A unique experience aimed at making people discover the power that everyone has: the power to act!
“Opal light” in Le Touquet
The Touquet-Paris-Plage museum will present works by foreign painters from the Etaples colony (1880-1920), in an exhibition scheduled from October 23 to May 22, 2022. Through more than 70 works, “Lumière d’Opale »Will invite the public to discover the lands of Opal from another time, through the eyes of artists in search of nature and authenticity, who have put down their suitcases in Pas-de-Calais …
“From bedstraw to reconquest” in Oignies
The shower room at 9-9bis hosts an exceptional exhibition, scheduled for 2020 and which has been extended, for the 30 years of the closure of the last coal mine, in the Mining Basin (in 1990). That of the 9-9bis Oignies pit, precisely, which put an end to 270 years of coal mining activity in the sector. In “From gaillette to reconquest”, you walk through an exhibition that revives memory and highlights the reconversion of a site and a territory in full dynamism!
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