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Activities for groups and schools

Non-guided tour for "Sade" exhibition

An opportunity to visit the exhibition at your own. Exclusive for groups of people over 18 years old.

“Sade” explores the aesthetic, philosophical and political implications of libertine writer Donatien Alphonse François de Sade (1740-1814) in contemporary culture. This exhibit focuses on the multiple echoes and incarna­tions of a controversial cultural icon: it addresses the dif­ferent ways of understanding the author’s work.

People under the age of 18 are not allowed to enter the exhibition due to the violent or sexually explicit nature of some of the works and documents on display, therefore booking groups with minors is not allowed.

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Guided tour for "Sade" exhibition

The guided visit aims to establish a conversation to connect the people who attend the visit with the reflection intended by the artistic pieces and objects present in the room. Exclusive for groups of people over 18 years old.