• THE OPENING OF THE OBJETS NOMADES COLLECTION IN HONG KONG

    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • The opening of the Objets Nomades collection in Hong Kong - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton hosted a cocktail reception celebrating the Objets Nomades collection for guests which included Aaron Kwok, Doona Bae, Karena Lam, Isabella Leong, Juno Mak, and Wyman Wong.

    The Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection is currently on display at the Central Magistracy within Tai Kwun, featuring an immersive scenography designed by Joyce Wang Studio.

    Now open through March 31st, 2019:
    Friday and Saturday 10 am – 11 pm
    Sunday to Thursday 10 am – 9 pm
    Tai Kwun
    Block 9, Central Magistracy
    10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

    Guided tours will be organized at the presentation during this period.  The Hong Kong City Guide in the Louis Vuitton City Guide mobile app will be available to download for free for a limited time from March 15th to April 1st, 2019.

    Reserve your tickets here.

    Download the Louis Vuitton City Guide app here.

    Objets Nomades Savoir-Faire Exhibition
  • Preview the latest Objets Nomades from Raw Edges

    • Preview the latest Objets Nomades from Raw Edges - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • Preview the latest Objets Nomades from Raw Edges - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton is offering an exclusive preview of the latest Objets Nomades from the design duo Raw Edges from March 23rd to 31st within the Central Magistracy, Hong Kong.

    The Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection continues to evolve. The award-winning design duo already contributed several pieces to the collection, and this year their newest objet will be on display in Hong Kong before it is revealed to the press at Fuorisalone in Milan in April. Within the Central Magistracy, Louis Vuitton has invited internationally acclaimed Joyce Wang Studio to create an immersive setting to present the entire Objets Nomades collection. Visitors enter a grand, architectural space that evokes an avant-garde home full of sensory stimuli. The archways, portals, niches, and entryways all serve to frame this traveling collection and invite visitors to let their imagination wander.

    Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades, Hong Kong
    March 23rd to March 31st, 2019
    Friday and Saturday 10 am – 11 pm
    Sunday to Thursday 10 am – 9 pm
    Tai Kwun
    Block 9, Central Magistracy
    10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

    Guided tours will be organized at the presentation during this period.  The Hong Kong City Guide in the Louis Vuitton City Guide mobile app will be available to download for free for a limited time from March 15th to April 1st, 2019.

    Reserve your tickets here.

    Download the Louis Vuitton City Guide app here.

    Objets Nomades Savoir-Faire Exhibition
  • STORE OPENING IN MONACO

    • STORE OPENING IN MONACO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • STORE OPENING IN MONACO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • STORE OPENING IN MONACO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • STORE OPENING IN MONACO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    • STORE OPENING IN MONACO - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    Louis Vuitton has opened a new store in the One Monte-Carlo disctrict on 21 February 2019, near the iconic Hôtel de Paris.

    The various parts of the store are connected with a large central staircase crafted from metal and wood that recalls the deck of a boat, a subtle reminder of the Principality’s ties with the sea.

    Art and Design have always been synonymous with the history of Louis Vuitton, especially through the many collaborations with various artists. In line with this tradition, Louis Vuitton commissioned an exclusive work by Thai artist Somsak Hanumas representing the flag of Monaco, which is displayed in the private mezzanine apartment. Along with the rest of the store, this intimate space is furnished in vintage Art Deco style.

    Some exceptional pieces are available to celebrate the store opening such as the Petite Boite Chapeau in beige Epi leather and the Cannes bag in Epi Bleuet leather, as well as other outstanding pieces in exotic leather such as the Capucines Mini in Baïkal Blue and the Petite Malle in Céladon Green.

    As a nod to the Principality and the Maison’s signature idea of travel, Louis Vuitton chose the store’s mezzanine level to exhibit a historic trunk that belonged to Princess Charlotte of Monaco, the mother of Prince Rainier III. Just before her wedding in May 1920, Princess Charlotte of Monaco bought luggage items to make up a set of trunks that she planned to use on future journeys. The Princess selected a piece covered with the famous Monogram canvas to carefully store her toiletries and accessories from her elegant wardrobe. She requested that the luggage be decorated with red and white bands and diamond shapes, in reference to her family’s collection of weaponry.

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    Travel Store Riviera
  • THE COURTAULD COLLECTION AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON

    THE COURTAULD COLLECTION AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON - Louis Vuitton Art & Travel NEWS
    From February 20th to June 17th 2019, the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris presents the collection of Samuel Courtauld, the English industrialist and patron of the arts.

    “The Courtauld Collection: A Vision for Impressionism” brings together some 110 works, including 60 paintings and graphic pieces, which are mainly conserved in the Courtauld Gallery or in different international public and private collections. It will enable the French public to discover some of the greatest French paintings from the end of the 19th century and from the very beginning of the 20th century in Paris, sixty years after their first presentation in 1955 at the Musée de l’Orangerie. These works include Un Bar aux Folies Bergère (1882) by Manet, La Jeune Femme se poudrant by Seurat (1889-90), Les Joueurs de cartes by Cézanne (1892-96), Autoportrait à l’oreille bandée by Van Gogh (1889), Nevermore by Gauguin (1897), as well as a set of ten watercolours by  J.M.W. Turner which belonged to Samuel Courtauld’s brother, Sir Stephen Courtauld.

    The exhibition of the Courtauld Collection embodies the Fondation’s aim to showcase the role of emblematic collectors from the history of art, following on from previous exhibitions such as  “Keys to a passion” (2014-2015), "Being Modern : Moma in Paris" (2017-2018), "Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection" (2016-2017) which brought together great works of Modernism, collected by prestigious institutions and visionary collectors.

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    Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Impressionism
  • JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AT FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON: LAST DAYS

    Current exhibition “Jean-Michel Basquiat” is extended until Monday 21 January 2019

    Thanks to the generosity of the lenders and in response to the event’s popularity among the public, the Fondation Louis Vuitton has announced that its exhibition “Jean-Michel Basquiat” will be extended for a further week, until Monday 21 January 2019. The work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most significant painters of the 20th century, is spread over four levels of Frank Gehry’s building. The exhibition covers the painter’s whole career, from 1980 to 1988, focusing on 120 defining works.

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    Fondation Louis Vuitton Exhibition Schiele Basquiat