Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
His Excellency Mohammed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Head of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism, opened the Palace of Versace and the World, Louvre Abu Dhabi’s first exhibition of the year, which will receive its first visitors today. From January 26 to June 4, 2022, the Louvre Abu Dhabi Art Collection allows you to discover the richness of Versailles Palace and its cultural heritage through over 100 works of art, including the Royal Collection Foundation’s Royal Collection National Museum of Versatile Versatures from 16Courses, including the Royal Collection.
The history exhibition of the French State Court in Versailles tells the story of how the State Court acquired many foreign cultures during the era dominated by scientific simulation practices and incorporated them into its various corridors. Reign of three French monarchs, Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI.
Versailles Palace is an international forum that houses exhibits rich in artefacts inspired by the vast world of various civilizations, as well as exhibiting works of art that reflect refined French taste. French way of life.
Mohammed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Head of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism, said: “The exhibition provides a unique insight into the Royal Court in Versailles and its powerful influence over the world over the centuries. This is in line with the broader message of improving tolerance and understanding.
For his part, Manuel Rabat, director of the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum, said: “The first World Exhibition of 2022,” Versace and the World “, allows visitors to learn about the cultural encounters and creativity that created the Palace. The exhibition addresses current French aspirations in a research expedition that celebrates humanity’s continual quest to strengthen and enhance creative publishing, as well as backgrounds, and as a platform for creators in the region to contribute to achieving artistic, intellectual and global aspirations.
The exhibition is sponsored by Helen Delalox, Superintendent of the Department of Furniture and Decoration, and Dr. Bertrand Rondo, Head of the Department of Furniture and Decorative Art at the Versace and Tryon National Museums. Soraya Njeim, Director, Department of Art Collections, Supervisor and Scientific Research Louvre. Abu Dhabi.
“The Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum invites its visitors to discover the stories that took place on the porch of Versailles Palace and to think about the impact of this palace around the world,” said Soraya Najeem, director of the arts department. Collections, monitors and scientific research at the Louvre Abu Dhabi.
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