The exhibition intended to gather all these artists' contributions to the anarchist weekly.
Jean Grave (the man, the activist journalist, the writer) was first presented with portraits, books, and a few comments from contemporaries.
The offices of Les Temps Nouveaux, 140 Rue Mouffetard, were evoked through lithographs published by the paper itself and press cuttings (Figaro, Illustration...)
A portrait gallery presents the collaborators to the newspaper (painters, sculptors, writers) and the theoreticians linked to the anarchist movement: about 30 portraits.
L'album de lithographies des Temps Nouveaux (1896-1903), never exhibited previously, was presented in its integrity, augmented with other black and white and colour lithographs, sculptures by Meunier, and paintings by Steinlein and Luce, all related to the history of the newspaper.
Ample room was made to all forms of propaganda imagined by Les Temps Nouveaux: posters, brochures, special issues, postcards, almanachs, children pictures, lotteries. All these completed the newspaper and its literary supplement, that Jean Grave successfully maintained in existence for twenty years, an exceptional longevity as far as anarchist press is concerned. This was represented at the end of the exhibition with a few issues of La Feuille, Le Père Peinard, L'Assiette au Beurre, Le Libertaire, L'En Dehors...