Performance evening imagined by Théo Mercier

Night at the Museum

Wednesday 12 June 2019, at 19h30

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Echoing his solo exhibition EVERY STONE SHOULD CRY, Théo Mercier composes an evening of three continuous performances, inviting artists and regular collaborators to bring him to life in the spaces of the Museum of Hunting and Nature. While Marlène Saldana and Jonathan Drillet re-enact the auction scene of the show La Fille du collneur in one of the museum's ceremonial rooms, choreographer Steven Michel offers a personal version of the famous Afternoon of a Faun by Vaslav Nijinsky. At the same time, in the courtyard of the museum, the performance DEEP WATER takes place, a subtle mix between the work of designer of Arthur Hoffner and the body creation of Grégoire Schaller.

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Entrance subject to availability, without reservation.

Ticket office opens from 19 p.m. on the evening of the event. The event starts at 19:30 p.m.

Full price: € 8
Reduced price: 6 €

The nocturnes are followed by a friendly drink around the speakers. The ticket allows you to come and visit the museum for free in the month following the night.

© Erwan Fichou and Théo Mercier, 2018