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Discover a new approach to art from the end of the 19th century to today!

Free entrance on 1st Sunday of the month (except Jult, August and September)

Exceptional closure of the exhibition and the museum on Friday 2 September.

Please note: depending on the dates, the ticket is only valid for the chosen exhibition.
From 2022, October 14th to 2023, January 8th
Ange Leccia. As Film Goes by
From 2022, October 14th to 2023, January 8th
Contemporary art
After the success of the fall exhibition Eva Jospin. From Rome to Giverny in 2021, the museum is setting up a new cultural event dedicated to contemporary art to extend the season in Giverny. Discover this year Ange Leccia, this visual artist and filmmaker, whose work has been exhibited, among others, at the Venice Biennale. The exhibition invites the visitor to the heart of image and time, brought together by movement, through immersive videos of great poetry, including some made specifically for Giverny.
From Saturday 15/10/2022 to Saturday 17/12/2022
Découvrez l'exposition "Ange Leccia" avec un conférencier
From Saturday 15/10/2022 to Saturday 17/12/2022
Art Contemporain
Chaque mois, un conférencier vous accueille à l'auditorium et vous propose d'entrer dans l'univers onirique et contemplatif de l'artiste.
Avec ce format inédit, découvrez l'exposition Ange Leccia. Au film du temps à travers l'œil expert de nos médiateurs.
Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 18h.
Dernière admission 17h30.
Entrée gratuite le 1er dimanche du mois pour les individuels.
From March 31th to July 2nd, 2023
Children of Impressionism. Beyond images
From March 31th to July 2nd, 2023
In spring 2022, the musée des impressionnismes Giverny will present "Children of Impressionism", an exhibition dedicated to the different facets of childhood at the end of the 19th century, featuring works of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Alfred Sisley, Mary Cassatt, Berthe Morisot.
The Impressionist masters loved to paint their families but also those of their friends, their merchants, their sponsors. Children held a special place in these intimate paintings. At a time when the Third Republic was engaging in an active education policy for the working classes, with Jules Ferry as its figurehead, artists seized on the subject of children in the face of modern society. Through various themes - maternity, nannies, children of artists, education, gardens, games, beaches, animals, adolescence, and daydreams - and around a hundred works, the exhibition will explore the ambiguities of the theme, beyond archetypal representations of childhood.
From July 14th to September 10th, 2023
Renoir in Guernsey, 1883
From July 14th to September 10th, 2023
In summer 2023, the musée des impressionnismes Giverny is organizing, in partnership with Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery and the Art for Guernsey association, an exhibition celebrating the 140th anniversary of Renoir's stay in the Channel Island.
In September 1883, Pierre-Auguste Renoir stayed in Guernsey for just over a month. During this period, he executed about fifteen paintings, often from his vacation spot in Moulin-Huet. Fundamental in his production of landscapes, the series of views of Guernsey also attests to his constant research on the human figure and its integration into the natural environment. Fascinated by the crystal-clear waters and the steep topography of the island, but also by the mores of the inhabitants who bathed freely in the rocks, Renoir developed a new style with English freedom as a source of amusement and inspiration. The exhibition will bring together a significant set of works by Renoir related to this stay, as well as engravings, photographs and documents recreating the atmosphere of the island at that time.