A solitary or contextualized object, simplicity or accumulations, neutral or colored walls, stylized or anonymous furnishings.
Tea “The order doesn’t matter“exhibition explores the scenographic methods favored throughout the life and times of the Art and History Museum. From a private cabinet of curiosities to a public museum, a monographic project to didactic packages, how does the way an object or work of art is staged, framed or anchored affect the way we view it?
How does scenography contribute to the educational, artistic, historic or encyclopaedic missions of the museum? The public is invited to take on-board the choices of the past in order to consider, question and imagine those of the present and future.
Activities & useful information
The order doesn’t matter exhibition, from 21 July to 29 October 2023 – Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm and Thursdays from midday to 9 pm
- opening night July 20 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Guided tours on 3 and 24 September and on 15 and 29 October
- Descriptive and tactile visits on 16 and 17 September
Discover all the activities organized in relation to the exhibition by consulting the exhibition flyer.
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