Paris Aéroport welcomes the Louvre and the Paris Conservatory of Music and Dance


For the next two years, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly will display luminous photographs from the prestigious Conservatoire de Paris along with masterpieces from the Louvre. Paris Aéroport highlights French heritage and young talent with a installation by visual artist Léo Caillard. 


The monumental fresco by Léo Caillarde

 

Paris Aéroport considers art an integral part of your journey and hosts exhibitions in all of its terminals to immerse passengers in cultural atmosphere. For the next two years, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly will display luminous photographs from the prestigious Conservatoire de Paris along with masterpieces from the Louvre.

Paris Aéroport highlights French heritage and young talent with a installation by visual artist Léo Caillard. This work, featuring masterpieces from the Grande Galerie du Louvre – from Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to Johannes Vermeer’s The Astronomer – will be displayed in the landing gangways at Paris-Orly Ouest Hall 1 for two years.

 

Until the end of 2020.


La Grande Galerie du Louvre vue par le photographe L. Caillard en coursive de débarquement du Hall 1, terminal Ouest, Paris-Orly



Photographs by Ferrante Ferranti honoring Paris’ National Conservatory of Music and Dance


In the landing gangways at Terminal 2F, passengers can view an exhibition of photographs by Ferrante Ferranti honoring Paris’ National Conservatory of Music and Dance. The traveling photographer captured the gestures of the musicians and dancers. It’s a tribute to the Paris Conservatory, which has trained some of France’s outstanding composers: Berlioz, Bizet, Debussy, Ravel, Messiaen.

Until the end of 2020.

Some photos from the Paris Conservatory of Music and Dance

Conservatoire de musique et de danse
Conservatoire de musique et de danse
Conservatoire de musique et de danse