Following the French government’s regulations, the Fondation is closed until further notice. Looking foward to welcoming you again with the Cindy Sherman at the Fondation exhibition.


The Fondation offers its young visitors to take part in a selection of emblematic activities from the Atelier to do at home with the family, as well as, a selection of illustrated games echoing the exhibitions and the Collection!


© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Félix Cornu

The three-pointed crown is a recurring symbol in Basquiat’s work. The use of the crown helps him place emphasis on the heroic character of the people who inspire him: sport players, musicians, writers… In conjunction with the exhibition Jean-Michel Basquiat, print, cut, decorate and assemble your own crown in order to wear it!


Edgar Degas, La Danseuse dans l'atelier du photographe, 1875. Courtesy Musée d'Etat des Beaux-Arts Pouchkine, Moscou

Some of the great Russian collector Sergei Shchukin’s masterpieces have disappeared! Reconstitute his collection by finding the missing works.

Using the title of the works indicated on the map of the Fondation, carefully observe the paintings and you will find their location in the galleries! The map and images of the paintings are available to download and print on the website of the Fondation. 


© Magali Attiogbé pour Maison Georges

Inspired by the work of the artist J.D ‘Okhai Ojeikere, presented in the Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier exhibition, the illustrator Magali Attiogbé has created a memory game to do from home! Print, cut and assemble the game before matching up the 8 faces of the women photographed by the artist.


© Giacomo Bagnara pour Maison Georges

This week sees activities based on Olafur Eliasson’s artwork, Inside the horizon (2014). After reading the information page and carefully looked at the images of the artwork on the online Collection attempt as a family to solve the riddle imagined by Maison Georges! 

In the text below, cross out one of the pieces of information in bold which you think are incorrect:

This work is composed of 13 / 43 columns whose heights are identical / different, unlike the width which is identical / different. The columns are rectangular / triangular with 1 mirror side / 2 mirror sides and 1 side / 2 sides made up of yellow mosaic. The multiple reflections give the impression of being inside a kaleidoscope / microscope. The yellow colour is warm / cold. This work was commissioned by the Fondation, in fact it is on permanent display / displayed for a few days. 


© Claire Fay

For children aged 4-10

Colour Frank Gehry's building! 

The animated drawing of the building of the Fondation. After having given the building some colour, animate the drawing with the Blink Book app!

Available on the App Store and Google Play.


6/10 years old 

Discover the colourful world of Takashi Murakami. Make your own "paper toy” creature inspired by the Japanese tradition of origami.

Prints available on A3 and A4.