Your advantages with our partners

As a Carte blanche member, you are entitled to advantages with the Musée d'Orsay and Musée de l'Orangerie cultural partners.
More offers are described in the French version of this page.

 

Temporary offers

Musée des impressionnismes Giverny

Degas, an Impressionist Painter?

Exhibition until 19 July, 2015

Edgar Degas was one of the main figures of the Impressionist movement and yet he had complex relations to the other members of the group and to open-air painting, athough this was a characteristic of Impressionism. He became famous for concentrating on more personal motifs such as the moving bodies of dancers, and paid particular attention to artificial lightning. The show features 80 pieces (paintings, pastels, drawings and sculptures) and is organised in five main sections: a classical training, an Impressionism of portraits and scenes of modern life, the issue of landscape painting, the body in motion and Degas after 1892. If Degas was certainly an Impressionist, he was above all an t avant-garde painter.

Member offer: three days of free access Sunday 31 May, Wednesday 10 June and Saturday 27 June on presentation of your Carte Blanche.
Reduced rates on other days.

Information
www.mdig.fr/

 

Cinémathèque française

Antonioni, the Origins of Pop


From 9 April to 19 July, 2015
Michelangelo Antonioni offers, in parallel with Roberto Rossellini, a new way of writing films, with ruptures and mysteries, desagregated spaces ad unfinished actions, a true radioscopy of the human soul and the anguishes of the current world. Directing Lucia Bosè and Monica Vitti, divas of Modernity and the greatest actors: Marcello Mastroianni, Alain Delon, Jack Nicholson. The exhibition favours a chronological approach to the filmmaker's life and works, with many manuscript documents, photographs, scripts, testimonies by collaborators and friends, prestigious exchanges of letters, paintings and unpublished visual works by Antonioni.

Member offer: one free entry for one bought on presentation of your Carte Blanche (Full price: €11, concessions: €8.5, under 18s: €5.5)

La Cinémathèque française – Musée du Cinéma
51 rue de Bercy
75012 Paris

Musée Bonnard – Le Cannet

New display & unpublished work


Until 7 June 2015
A new exhibition is an opportunity to (re)discover the museum collections in a new display and to unveil a few unpublished paintings coming from several private collections, viz. eight paintings by Pierre Bonnard dated 1892 to 1943 on loan for two years reconductible and a long-term loan, The Garden in Le Cannet, 1945, a major painting of Bonnard's maturity.

Memebr offer: reduced rate on the admission ticket until 31 December 2015 on presentation of your Carte Blanche.

Musée Bonnard – Le Cannet

A Fauvist at Bonnard's. Manguin and the exaltation of colour.


From 27 June to 31 October 2015
In conjunction with the Musée d'Orsay's great exhibition devoted to Bonnard until 19 July, the Musée Bonnard focuses on Henri Manguin, a close friend of Pierre Bonnard whom he initiated to the South of France. The museum has chosen to present the pre-war works from 1900 to 1914, the main motives of which - his family and especially his wife and muse Jeanne, landscape and colour - marked the eraly years of Fauvism.

Member offer: reduced rate on the admission ticket until 31 December 2015 on presentation of your Carte Blanche.

Information
museebonnard.fr

Permanent offers

Paris Museums

Carte Paris Musées

The Carte Paris Musées offers you one year's unlimited access with no queueing to all of the exhibitions on display at the 12 museums in Paris, including the Musée d'Art Moderne, the Petit Palais, the Palais Galliera, and the Musée Carnavalet...
It also entitles you to special rates on museum activities, at bookshops-shops and cafés-restaurants.

Members offer:€35 instead of €40 for the individual card,
€50 instead of €60 for the duo card (valid for the member + 1 guest of their choice),
€15 instead of €20 for the young person's card (under 26 years old).

Palais Garnier

An architectural masterpiece famous around the world, Garnier's Opéra was the thirteenth opera house in Paris since this institution was founded in 1669 by Louis XIV. The construction was decided by Napoléon III as part of the renovation of the capital city conducted under his authority by the Baron Haussmann. A competition was organised to choose the architect who would design it and Charles Garnier was the winner. The construction went on for fifteen years, from 1860 to 1875, interrupted by many events including the 1870 war with Prussia, the fall of the imperial regime and the Paris Commune. It was eventually inaugurated on 5 January 1875.

Member offer: Reduced rate for the unguided visit of Garnier's Opéra on presentation of your Carte Blanche.

Universcience

Universcience is the public entity that incorporates the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie and the Palais de la Découverte. On presentation of your Carte Blanche, you benefit from the following advantages, only available at the museum from the ticket desk or ticket machines.

Members offer

Concessionary rates
for the following spaces at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie:

  • Explora, permanent and temporary exhibitions (excluding exhibitions with an additional admission feet)
  • The Cité des Enfants for children aged 2/7 and 5/12 (excluding autumn, winter, spring and summer school holidays for all zones)
  • Ombres et Lumière (Shadows and Light)


Concessionary rates for the spaces at the Palais de la Découverte (excluding exhibitions with an additional admission fee and the Planetarium. Excluding autumn, winter, spring and summer school holidays for all zones)

Concessionary rates for the individual Universcience pass

 

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