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Evening opening of “Enfin seules”


5 slots available


30 min for visiting the exhibition

30 min for visiting the museum

Booking mandatory

Fully booked!



Evening opening of the exhibition Enfin seules. Photographs from the Archive of Modern Conflict

Enfin seules (alone at last) presents a selection of over two hundred images from the Archive of Modern Conflict. Established in London in 1992, the Archive describes itself as ‘a repository for the lost and forgotten stories that lie hidden in the photographic record’. Initially focusing on ‘conflict, it has grown into something more resembling a laboratory than a traditional archive’. Today it is one of the largest collections of photography in the world, comprising over eight million images and producing books and exhibitions that span a multitude of genres.

In order to limit possible queues, and to ensure a smooth visit, while respecting health restrictions, we kindly ask you to reserve a time slot for your visit. You have a choice of 5 one-hour slots each, between 18h00 and 20h00: 30 minutes for the exhibition, and an additional 30 minutes for visiting the museum.

Amelia Elizabeth Gimingham, "Passion Flower and Fruit", 1897. Courtesy Archive of Modern Conflict