Tours

Lafayette Anticipations
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Tours

Lafayette Anticipations offers independent visitors the possibility of discovering the exhibition spaces in the company of a tour guide.

Guided tours allow all members of the public to discover with each exhibition, a unique and modular space based on an ever-changing ensemble of artistic and museographical choices. These visits are led by cultural mediators as well as the Lafayette Anticipations' team, the curators and the artists on display.

  • Groups

Admission fee for a group of adults (including entrance tickets and guided tour, for up to 25 adults): €250.
Groups of visitors from social and welfare programmes benefit from free admission.

  • School groups

Customized visits are offered, based on the level and age of the students and the expectations of their teachers.

For more information: contact us

Regular tours

  • Tour of the exhibition everyday except Tuesday at 6pm
  • LA Tour : a member of the Lafayette Anticipations team provides a guided tour of the exhibition
  • LA Night : free admission and guided tour of the exhibition
  • LA Worshop : come discover Lafayette Anticipations’ production workshops

  • LArchi : a detailed tour of the Lafayette Anticipations' architecture project

  • Family pLAy : a special tour for children from 7 to 12 years of age, accompanied by an adult

  • Visit of the Camille Blatrix's installation

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Studiolo workshops

Kids' workshop 'AMBIANCE J'AVOUE ZIVA' with Vava Dudu © Lafayette Anticipations
Kids' workshop 'AMBIANCE J'AVOUE ZIVA' with Vava Dudu © Lafayette Anticipations

The Studiolo

Located on the second floor of Lafayette Anticipations – Fondation d'entreprise Galeries Lafayette, the Studiolo is a place of experimentation dedicated to artistic practices and is open to the general public. Its programmation is multidisciplinary, involving visual arts, but also fashion, design and performance. The space is configured for young audiences but the programs are for one and all: children, teenagers, adults.

The overall programmation is conceived as an opportunity to share skills, know-hows, techniques, but also to reflect on their uses, allowing participants to develop a direct relationship with the creative process. Collaborations are initiated between the public, artists, and creators, but also with artisans, technicians and a variety of specialists. Handson workshops allow participants to contribute to an artistic project.

Qualitative midterm and longterm work is the main focus, engaging the same participants over several sessions. However, regular punctual activities are also offered.

Upcoming

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For more information: contact us