From Tuesday, October 15 2019 to Sunday, January 26 2020
Very soon after its arrival in the 1830s, photography forged a close relationship with painting. With its objectivity and accuracy, it encouraged painters to change their perspective on their art and the world around them, and to reconsider the purpose of painting as a window onto reality.
The exhibition presented by the Thyssen Museum takes a specific interest in the unique relationship of admiration and controversy that formed between photography and painting in the 19th century, between a freshly emerging art form and one looking to be revolutionised.
From Tuesday 15 October 2019 to Sunday 26 January 2020 :
- From Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00
- Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00
Admission prices :
- Full price : 12 €
- Students : 8 €
- Retired : 8 €
- Children up to 17 years : Free
- Unemployed : Free
Times to be confirmed with the museum