My Visit to the Louvre
With "My Visit to the Louvre", be your own guide!
- A modeled 3D map to go through the 60,000 m2 of exhibition spaces
- Find artworks, collections or services following the routes suggested by the app
- 600 descriptive cards to explain the Museum's artworks and historical rooms
- 600 audio commentaries about the Museum's artworks and rooms available in in-app purchase
Exposition Lee Ungno
This mobile app enhances your visit experience of the exhibition with a variety of documents and medias. This content will allow you to find out other faces of Lee Ungno's work and get further details about the historical and artistic context to find out how his work meets other artist's works in Korea as in France.
Balenciaga, l'œuvre au noir
Through a selection of 20 essential art pieces of the great designer, the mobile app offers many views of each creation in addition to an audio commentary and a very detailled descriptive text: global photographies, documentary archives, design sketchs, or even model applications. A rich set of details that brings a global understanding of the history of each piece of clothes.
INA - 24 IMAGES
The French National Institute of Audiovisual (INA) celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Cannes Festival with the Exhibition "24 images". Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob and Thierry Frémaux reveal through short video interviews the atmosphere, the secrets or the anecdotes of the Cannes Festival. Every story is revived by every image they chose in the INA's photo base. These exclusive videoclips and other extra content on the Cannes Festival are presented in this application available in English.
Sisley, the Impressionist
The official application of the Exhibition "Sisley, the Impressionist", presented at the Hôtel de Caumont Art Centre from June 10 to October 15, 2017, offers a guided visit with 26 commented artworks displayed in a full-screen manner.
"21 rue La Boétie" exhibition
The official application of the Exhibition "21 rue La Boétie. Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Léger", presented at the Musée Maillol from March 2 to July 23, 2017, offers a guided visit with 19 commented art pieces and the trailer of the exhibition. This very high-resolution application allows you to enjoy every detail of the artworks with amazing deep zooming capabilities.