Art

París i els seus museus

Dins de la cinquena edició del Cicle Catalunya, laboratori d’Humanitats (Internacional) que organitza els Estudis d’Arts i Humanitats de la UOC, tindrà lloc els dies 6, 7, 8 i 9 d’octubre, una sortida a París, centrada en l’estudi de la Història de l’Art, des del gòtic fins a les primeres avantguardes. S’hi estudiarà, en particular:

  • Al museu Marmottan, un monogràfic sobre Monet.
  • Al Museu del Louvre, a més de l a piràmide de Ieoh Ming Pei, l’obra d’autors del rococó, el neoclassicisme i el romanticisme (Boucher, Watteau, Fragonard, Hogarth, Chardin, David, Meynier, Canova, Drouais, Girodet, Ingres, Prud’hon, Gros, Gérard, Géricault, Delacroix, David Friedrich.
  • Al Museu d’Orsay, l’obra de Courbet, Cabanel, Bouguereau, Manet. Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Pissarro, Morisot, Renoir, Seurat, van Gogh, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Sérusier, Matisse.
  • Al Centre Pompidou, l’obra Picasso, Braque, Léger, Dufy, Duchamp, Kandinsky, Dubuffet, Fautrier, Bacon, Rothko, Pollock, Klein, Jasper Johns, Rauschenberg, Warhol, Beuys, Annette Messager, Viola, Olafur Eliasson, Gabriel Orozco, Philippe Parreno.
  • El pla Hausmann

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Programa

Dijous 6 d’octubre 

     matí

Trobada a les 13,30 –havent dinat– al Museu Marmottan (rue Louis Boilly, metro La Muette). Entrada: 11 €.

Abans de la trobada al museu, es pot visitar la Tour Eiffel, atès que el Museu Marmottan queda a l’est de la torre.

     tarda

Montmarte (metro Anvers) i visita de la basílica del Sagrat Cor,  Lapin Agile (rue des Saules 22), Maison Rose (rue de l’Abreuvoir 2), Moulin de la Galette (rue Lepic 83), Bateau-Lavoir (place Émile-Goudeau 13) i Moulin Rouge (Boulevard de Clichy 82).

Divendres 7 d’octubre

matí

Trobada a les 9 al Museu del Louvre. Entrada 15 €

tarda

Trobada a les 15,30 a la Sainte Chapelle (Boulevard de París 8). Entrada 8,30 €. Visita de la catedral de Notre-Dame de París.

Dissabte 8 d’octubre

matí

Trobada a les 9,30 al Museu d’Orsay. Entrada 12 €

tarda

La Madeleine, Place Vendôme, le Palais Royal, les Halles.

Diumenge 9 d’octubre

matí

Trobada a les 11 al Centre Pompidou. Entrada 14 €

tarda

Visita del Panteó (entrada 7 €) i la Sorbona

Inscripció obligatòria (places cobertes)

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Informacions d’interès

Es publica aquesta sortida amb temps per tal que tothom pugui organitzar-se la reserva d’hotel i viatge.

A subratllar que el dijous quedem a les 13,30 per tal que els qui arribin el mateix dia 6 tinguin temps d’anar a l’hotel, dinar, i anar al punt de trobada. Així mateix, la tarda del diumenge dia 9, es pot convalidar en funció de l’horari de tornada.

Aquest programa, així com els preus de les entrades, es podrà veure modificat en funció de les reserves (en alguns museus no es pot reservar fins tres mesos abans de la visita) i del preu per grup. En general, sembla que els menors de 16 anys tenen l’entrada gratuïta.

Els museus admeten grups d’un màxim de 25 persones. Per aquesta raó la inscripció es limita a 49 assistents. L’organització dels dos grups serà similar a la que vàrem fer a Florència.

Quan es tinguin totes les dades (inscrits, reserves…) s’enviarà un missatge a tothom concretant els aspectes logístics.

Professor que guiarà la visita i impartirà els seminaris
Dr. Joan Campàs     Aura digital
jcampas@uoc.edu

Materials de treball

Del rococó al romanticisme a través del Louvre

Estudi monogràfic sobre la Gioconda

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