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Culture chez nous

Operation #Culturecheznous

Musée national Fernand Léger

During this exceptional period of containment, everyone is invited to stay home to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

The Ministry of Culture launches the operation #Culturecheznous, the opportunity to discover the exceptional digital cultural offer proposed by the national cultural institutions and in particular the resources of the national Museums of 20th Century of the Alpes-Maritimes.

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Dears of Fernand Léger's artworks, throughout the confinement, we have tried to help you escape and enliven your days in a playful and enjoyable way. We participated with joy in the operation #Culturecheznous via our social networks.

A big thank you to France 3 Provence and Olivier Orsini for their spotlight on our digital actions in their regional TV news:
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Every week, we will offer you a #zoomexpo and a #zoom "iconic work" from our collections.





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Captions of Fernand Léger's artworks :
The Bathers, circa 1962. Smooth bass tapestry, 562 x 775 cm. Weaving by Gisèle Glaudin-Brivet, cardboard after the gouache by F. Léger The Bathers, 1953. Musée national Fernand Léger, donation Nadia and Georges Bauquier (1969), Biot. Photo: RMN - Grand Palais / Gérard Blot © ADAGP, Paris, 2020.

Je ne te demande pas si ta grand-mère fait du vélo, coloured illustration from Le Cirque, 1950, published by Tériade et Verve, Paris. Musée national Fernand Léger, donation Nadia and Georges Bauquier (1969), Biot. Photo © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Philippe Migeat. © Adagp, Paris, 2020.

La Fleur qui marche, model, enamelled terracotta, 64 x 59 x 20 cm, ca. 1953. Collection of the Musée national Fernand Léger, donation Nadia and Georges Bauquier (1969), Biot. Photo © Rmn-Grand Palais / Gérard Blot. ADAGP, Paris, 2020.
La Fleur qui marche, monumental version in painted bronze, based on a model by Fernand Léger, 1990. View in the gardens of the Fernand Léger National Museum in Biot. Photo © Musée nationaux du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes, 2020.
Mosaic by Fernand Léger, seen in situ at the France-USA Memorial Hospital in Saint-Lô, inaugurated in 1956. Photo © DR © ADAGP, Paris, 2020.

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