Inside the Department of Performing Arts
Renovated as part of the Richelieu project, the Department of Performing Arts offers newly restored public spaces: a modern reading room designed by Bruno Gaudin and Virginie Brégal, the Rotonde des Arts du spectacle, a new exhibition venue and Galerie Auguste Rondel, a superb shop built by Henri Labrouste. Joël Huthwohl, department director, presents these new developments, and showcases the rich and varied collections.
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