From May 18 to November 10, 2019, this exhibition focuses on the power of the arts in the history of the city of Reims, at the time of its reconstruction, after the disasters of the Great War.
With about fifty pieces belonging to the Musée Le Vergeur, the Carnegie Library and, essentially, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, the exhibition will evoke the face of the city in the 1920s. After a brief presentation of the damaged and lost places, the visitor will be able to stroll through the streets under construction, then discover new buildings… Paintings, stained glass windows, drawings, posters, glass and ironwork illustrate the hope of a city seeking to regain control of its destiny through a living art oscillating between tradition and modernity with artists such as Ernest Kalas, Jacques Simon, Paul-Hubert Lepage, Adrien Sénéchal, Gustave Pierre, Jean Goulden, René Lalique, Paul Bocquet,…
From May 18 to November 10, 2019
Every day from 2 pm to 6 pm
Closed on Monday and November 1st
Free access: Yes
Disabled access: No
By reservation: No
5€: full price
3€: reduced rate 18/25 years old and +65 years old
3€: group rate from 20 people
Admission to the museum is free on the first Sunday of the month.
Le Vergeur Hotel Museum
36 place du Forum
+33 (0)3 26 35 61 95