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  • Extramural Exhibitions

    2015

    Discover the extramural exhibitions of the Palace of Versailles

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  • Exhibitions

    2015

    Exhibition program at the palace of Versailles

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  • Kapoor Versailles

    From 9 June to 1 November 2015

    Exhibition of contemporary art

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  • Le Grand Trianon

    18 June - 8 November 2015

    An exhibition about the history of the Grand Trianon from Louis XIV to 1960

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  • Performing arts at Versailles

    Operas, concerts and ballets: discover the programme for the 2014-2015 season

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  • Versailles Festival 2015

    Concerts, operas, fireworks, fêtes galantes and masked balls: discover the programme.

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  • Concerts in videos

    Discover the concerts recorded at the Palace of Versailles

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  • Centre de musique baroque

    Missions and program for the musical season

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  • Equestrian Show Academy

    A centre for equestrian shows and training, directed by Bartabas

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  • Restoration and refurnishing

    Restoration and refurnishing works at the palace of Versailles

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  • The acquisitions of the Palace

    The last acquisitions of the palace of Versailles

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  • Archaeology in Versailles

    20 years of archaeological excavations in Versailles

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  • Symposiums and workshops

    The scientific activities of the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles

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  • Latona Fountain

    12 March 2013

    Restoration of the Latona Fountain

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  • The Water Theatre grove

    12 May 2015

    A contemporary garden for the Water Theatre grove

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  • The publications

    Catalogue of the publications of the palace of Versailles

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  • Salles Louis XIV

    Reopening

    In prelude to the visit to the Grands Apartements, the restored Louis XIV Rooms are now open.

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  • Promenade à Versailles

    the “Promenade à Versailles” Hermès scarf will help to fund the restoration of the palace apartments

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  • Redevelopment of the Pavillon

    A new visitors’reception area

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Current and upcoming exhibitions

Discover the programme of the exhibitions at the Palace of Versailles.

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Descension © Anish Kapoor 2015

Anish Kapoor

9 June - 1 November
Gardens of the Palace of Versailles
After Lee Ufan in 2014, Anish Kapoor is the contemporary artist invited to Versailles in Summer 2015. Lee Ufan and Giuseppe Penone in 2013 wanted to « have a conversation » with André Le Nôtre. Anish Kapoor, though, will bring a more political perspective on power and its depiction at Versailles as it celebrates the tercentenary of Louis XIV’s death. From June to October, his work stand in the Gardens and for the first time in the Jeu de Paume room in Versailles.
Born in Bombay in 1954, Anish Kapoor lives and works in London. His creations are often displayed in the most famous museums and international institutions. In France, his latest great exhibition was in 2011 when he moved his Leviathan into the Grand Palais for Monumenta.

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Vue et perspective du grand escalier de Trianon

The Grand Trianon from Louis XIV to de Gaulle

18 June – 9 November 2015
Palace of Trianon
Upon the opening of the aisle of Trianon-Sous-Bois whose roof has been restored, this exhibition will show how the palace of Trianon was a residence for sovereigns from Louis XIV to Charles de Gaulle.

 

Coming soon

 

Louis XIV by Hyacinthe Rigaud Louis XIV by Hyacinthe Rigaud

The King is dead!

27 October 2015 – 21 February 2016
Palace of Versailles – Africa and Crimea Rooms
In 2015, the Palace of Versailles dedicates a major exhibition to the commemoration of the death of Louis XIV at Versailles 300 years ago, on 1 September 1715. The exhibition will reveal the secrets of the funeral ceremony and the very essence of how the Ancien Régime worked.