Gold and fire, art in Slovakia at the end of the Middle Ages — Cluny Museum - National Museum of the Middle Ages, Paris , 2010
Gothic art in Slovakia saw a period of exceptional creativity between 1450 and 1550, producing works of great quality, ranging from devotional objects to architecture. The exhibition shows some of its most beautiful achievements - paintings, illuminations, goldsmith's objects or painted wooden sculptures - mainly from the altarpieces of Slovak churches. The scenography highlights the pieces, but also aims to create a dialogue with the space of the frigidarium of the Cluny Museum, which hosts the exhibition.
temporary exhibition organized by Réunion des Musées Nationaux
curators : Xavier Dectot, Jean-Christophe Ton-That, Dusan Buran
exhibition and graphic design : bgc studio
lighting : Sara Castagné