Grand Palais
- 28 September 2016 - 15 January 2017


There is no longer any need to present the career of Georges Remi, known as Hergé, Belgian cartoonist best known for The Adventures of Tintin. Often referred to as "the father of the European comic strip", he was one of the first French-speaking authors to use American-style comic strip with speech bubbles. The exhibition looks back on his creative approach, fed by the cinema, painting, photography and adventure novels and his passion for drawing. It shows how the universally recognised drawings of Hergé fit in with both his era and the history of art.

Exhibition organised by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux -–Grand Palais in partnership with the Musée Hergé.
Outside school holidays :

Satuday, Sunday, Monday, Thrusday and Friday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Night session Wednesday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Closed on Tuesday.

Early closing at 6:00 pm Saturdays 24th and 31th December.
Closed Sunday 25 December 2016

Early closing Thurday 29th  September at 7:00 pm

During school holidays : (Toussaint : Thursday 20th October / Wednesday 2nd November 2016 ; Christmas : Sunday 18th December 2016 / Monday 2nd January 2017)
Satuday, Sunday, Monday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Night session Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Due to the Vigipirate Plan (increase security measures) level "attack alert", access to Grand Palais is forbidden to all suitcases, all travel bags and backpacks larger than A3 size. The Grand Palais security service may be required to take, without notice, any measure it deems useful.
Full : 13 €
Reduce : 9 €
Tribu (4 people including 2 between 16-25 years old) : 35 €

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