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Magnum in Paris: Let the Pictures Tell Their Stories
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Paris, the city of love and fashion comes to you in the exhibition Magnum in Paris. The main exhibition is divided into 11 parts covering the history of Paris. As you stroll down the exhibition, let the pictures tell their stories. The first part shows the historical hardship of Paris behind the luxury that we know of today. Another wall is covered with young and passionate people of Paris in motion. If you walk a bit further into the exhibition, pictures no longer remain in the past, but show the present. Stories of people enjoying macaroons, famous art pieces and the Eiffel tower; some of the better-known cultural aspects associated with the “Paris syndrome”. Just as you are getting a little tired of walking around the exhibition, Magnum in Paris presents a slideshow of pictures so that you can watch and relax. Enjoy this interactive exhibition on a casual weekend when you are feeling like being a Parisian.

Price: 15,000 won for adults, 13,000 won for students (Age 13-18), 10,000 won for children (Age 7-12)

Opening Hours: 11:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday (Until December 31: Closed on last week’s Monday every month) 10:00-19:00 from Tuesday to Sunday (Until February 9), Tickets will be sold until 1 hour before closing.

Location: Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul Arts Center 

 

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