23 - 30 JANUARY 2022



23 JAN - 30 JAN | 2022




Picasso and eroticism: a scandalous exhibition?

By Dominique DUPUIS-LABBÉ Head of acquisitions, restoration, conservation and research, general director of cultural heritage in the collections division, the French museum board Illustrated artwork: Pablo...


Rearranging the furniture – a new perspective at the Victoria & Albert Museum

By Nick HUMPHREY Curator of Furniture 1400-1700, Victoria and Albert Museum, London © The Victoria & Albert Museum Since 2001, the V&A in London has gradually transformed its galleries of design and...


Drawing in silver and gold: Dutch and Flemish metalpoint drawings from the 15th to the 17th

Presentation of the department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum By An VAN CAMP Curator of Dutch and Flemish Drawings and Prints - Department of Prints and Drawings - British Museum Drawing in...


The restoration of the Mystic Lamb: an exceptional moment to study a work of art

By Anne VAN GREVENSTEIN-KRUSE, Professor Emeritus of conservation and restoration at the University of Amsterdam © lukasweb The retable of the Mystic Lamb by the Van Eyck brothers (1432) is not only...


Lightopia, a history of lighting design

By JOLANTHE KUGLER Curator at the Vitra Design Museum and curator of the exhibition Lightopia Lightopia © Vitra Design Museum   Over the past century, electric light has revolutionized our environment like ...


An informal chat about the world of diamonds, precious stones and jewellery

By Jean BOGHOSSIAN, jeweller, artist and patron and Christian VROUYR, General Secretary of the BRAFA Diamonds, rubies, emeralds... The eternal beauty of precious stones. This discussion will delve into the...


Passion and transmission: the collector, a key figure in the preservation of our cultural heritage

By Thomas LEYSEN, Patron of the arts and collector and Dominique ALLARD, Director of the King Baudouin Foundation The collector has always played a vital role in the preservation of our cultural heritage, a...


History of the acquisitions of the African collections of the quai Branly Museum

By Hélène JOUBERT Head curator Responsible for the African Heritage Collections of the Musée du quai Branly The development of the sub-Saharan African collections at the Musée du quai Branly: tracing trends...


Ocean Liners and Art Deco: an exceptional voyage

By Brigitte SABY Interior designer and architect Illustrated painting: Marin-Marie (1901-1987) – Le Normandie dans le port de New York This talk traces the fascinating history of ocean liners, from the...