Late Hours #5 Monet-Mitchell

Event 3 February 2023 – 7pm

© Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris / © The Estate of Joan Mitchell. Courtesy Joan Mitchell Foundation Archives

Full

Prices
5 € / 10 € / 20 €
Hours
19-23h

For this final Late Hours event showcasing the "Monet-Mitchell" exhibitions, enjoy an evening in Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny and Joan Mitchell’s garden in Vétheuil. Prolong your enjoyment by joining the “Paper Flower” workshop, let yourself be swept away by the captivating music of UTO and Aime Simone, all while enjoying small-but-scrumptious sandwiches from the Les Petites Pépites restaurant alongside a flavourful cocktail.

The programme

7.30 p.m.-10.00 p.m.

SHORT TOURS

GALLERIES ON LEVELS -1, 1 AND 2

Every 30 minutes starting at the “Short Tours” meeting points

Stroll through two exquisite gardens – those of Claude Monet in Giverny and Joan Mitchell in Vétheuil – led by an expert Cultural Guide. Learn how both painters both drew their inspiration from their natural surroundings, particularly their gardens. Identify the blooms cherished by these artists, including water lilies, agapanthus and sunflowers. 

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Gaël Cornier

20.20 p.m.- 9.00 p.m.

UTO - DUO LIVE

UTO is the duo formed by Neysa May Barnett and Emile Larroche, a lo-fi pop love story, the fusion of Emile and Neysa. A fusion, too, of the supernatural beats of drum machines marking the passage of time and melodies from times past – baroque, hazy, mystical –, borne by elegant synthesisers, ethereal hints of piano and slow brass that ultimately engulf every piece. The voice of UTO is steeped in fretful melancholy, reminiscent in its way of Hope Sandoval and Björk. 

©DR

9.30 p.m.-10.30 p.m.

AIME SIMONE

AUDITORIUM

This embodied artist reveals a deeply moving and personal world wholly in sync with his time. His first album, Say Yes, Say No, which he composed, produced, and mixed on his own, is a work of captivating radiance. His poetic expression finds life in a subtle fusion of post-punk, trap, indie rock and danceable beats.

©DR

7.00 p.m.-10.30 p.m.

“PAPER FLOWER” WORKSHOP

LEVELS 1 and 2

All evening, subject to space availability

After spotting irises, agapanthus, wisteria, daylilies, peonies, sunflowers and other blooms in the works of Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet, join this workshop to make them yourself out of paper! Learn how to craft a crêpe-paper flower with help from a paper florist.

7.00 p.m.-10.30 p.m.

BAR & FOOD

HALL 

At the bar of La Cantine du Marché, sip an organic beer, a colourful cocktail or home-style juices and lemonades. Next door is the Les Petites Pépites sandwich shop, famed for its home-baked breads stuffed with the best local ingredients.

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