Musée des Beaux-Arts
Mar 15May 30, 2019
Visit | Time to meet

A conference among the collection of the Musée des Beaux-Arts With Christian Longchamp, artistic advisor and dramaturg at the Opéra national du Rhin
Saturday 23 March 2.30pm

Visit | Musical Masterpieces

“Women’s music” The Parlement de Musique presents Italian female composers. Hidden geniuses or unique fates from Beatrice Cenci’s era.
Sunday 24 March 11 am

Visit | Seeing museums differently

“Beatrice Cenci and other tragic heroines”
(Exhibition visit with French Sign Language interpretation)
Saturday 30 March 2 pm

Screening | Liens d’amour et de sang (the conspiracy of torture)

Un film de Lucio Fulci, 1969, 89 min. à partir de 16 ans, auditorium des Musées (MAMCS)
Tuesday 2 April 7 pm

Visit | One hour / One piece

"Beatrice Cenci, drama of a 17th-century woman"
Friday 5 April 12.30 pm

Concert | Women's concert

The Parlement de Musique performs works by Barbara Strozzi, Antonia Bembo, Francesca Caccini, female opera singers and composers of the 17th century Friday 26 April 7 pm

Visit | Spotlight

« Guido Reni, Beatrice Cenci »
Sunday 5 May 3.30 pm


The Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain invites you to discover two works by two contemporary Argentinian artists, who have been living in France for several decades. The exhibition “Joyeuses frictions” (Joyful frictions) shows Julio Le Parc’s “Trames alternées” and Carlos Kusnir’s “Bonne anniversaire.”
Starting 15 March.


For the French premiere of Alberto Ginastera’s opera “Beatrix Cenci,” the Musée des Beaux-Arts is organizing a special exhibition devoted to the young noblewoman Beatrice Cenci, who was executed in Rome in 1599. Her tragic fate has inspired artists, writers and filmmakers over the centuries (Percy Shelley, Stendhal, Alexandre Dumas, Julia Margaret Cameron, Stefan Zweig, Antonin Artaud, Balthus, Alberto Moravia, Bertrand Tavernier, David Lynch...) thanks to what is assumed to be her portrait painted by Guido Reni (or his student Elisabetta Sirani) in the early 17th century. A painting currently in the Louvre’s collection, which is identical and dates back to the same period as the one at the Galleria Nazionale Barberini in Rome, will be shown to the public for the first time.

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