Meet at the Gardens 2024 at the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum in Montmorency in Val d’Oise (95)

Meet at the Gardens 2024 at the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum in Montmorency in Val d’Oise (95)
Meet at the Gardens 2024 at the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum in Montmorency in Val d’Oise (95)

At the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Museum in Montmorency in Val d’Oise, we discover a special program on the occasion of the Rendez-Vous aux Jardins 2024 which takes place from May 31 to June 2, 2024 in Paris and throughout the Island. of France. Find out what awaits you for this edition!

For lovers of cultural tipsTHE Rendez-vous aux Jardins are a must not to be missed in spring. This event which puts culture in the green awaits us every year in the four corners of Paris and theIle-de-France to give us the benefit of visits often free as well as activities including workshops and concerts in private and public parks and gardens.

Many places lend themselves to the game: castles, museums, large institutions and other fascinating places open their doors to us, sometimes in exceptional ways, to allow us to experience a weekend of outdoor cultural outings. With family, friends, lovers or even alone, there is something for everyone! THE next meeting waiting for us weekend from May 31 to June 2, 2024.

From museums who enter the dance of Meet at the Gardenswe find in the Val d’Oise, near the town of Montmorency, the Jean-Jacques Rousseau museum. Located in a small house in which the famous writer and philosopher stayed to escape the noisy capital, this museum labeled House of the Illustrious takes us in the footsteps of this literary figure.

The Rendez-Vous aux Jardins program at the Jean-Jacques Rousseau museum in Montmorency in Val d’Oise (95)

  • Contemporary art exhibition: Les Passeurs de rêve. Marianne Le Vexier
    June 1 and 2

    On the occasion of the Rendez-vous aux jardins, opening of the contemporary art exhibition in the Museum garden:
    The Dream Smugglers. Marianne Le Vexier.
    The exhibition invites you to take a dreamlike journey to resonate with the garden so appreciated by the philosopher.
    For a few months, Marianne Le Vexier remodeled Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s garden. Honey plants surround certain sculptures so that its chimerical silhouettes mingle with real bees and butterflies.
    Between figuration and abstraction, his works prove to be gateways to the world of dreams. The journey, like a veritable Ariadne’s thread, guides us through the labyrinth of our own imagination.


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