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“Sempé en liberté” exhibition at the Musée Mer Marine (Sea and Navy Museum)

Great return to centrestage for the illustrator Jean-Jacques Sempé, a native of Bordeaux, with an exhibition showcasing his work at the brand-new Musée Mer Marine (Sea and Navy Museum) until 6 October.

Exposition temporaire « Sempe en Liberté »

Visitors will have the chance to admire over 300 original drawings. You’ll discover his illustrations of Petit Nicolas, which he created hand-in-hand with comics editor and writer René Goscinny, which has gained worldwide success with 15 million albums sold and translated into a hundred or so languages.
At the same time, he has constantly sketched for French and foreign press: Le Nouvel observateur, L’Express, Le Figaro, The New Yorker whose covers he illustrates. Here, we discover another side to him, that of a free man who reflects his view of the world, forever crowned with a touch of humour. And, oh it feels good!

In a nutshell, for those who love drawing it’s a pure pleasure. For those who adore Sempé, you’ll recognize the great poet and artist.

“Sempé en liberté” temporary exhibition
When:

Until Sunday 6 October 2019,
Open from Wednesdays to Fridays from 10am to 6pm
Weekends and public holidays until 7pm
Exhibition in French and in English
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Where: Musée Mer Marine - Bassin à Flot - 89, rue des Etranges - 33300 Bordeaux - Bordeaux-Lac - Bacalan
Prices: Full price: 9 euros. Reduced price: 6 euros
Access: Tramway: Tram B – Achard station
Car park:__ Cité du Vin interparking

New, the Musée Mer Marine (Sea and Navy Museum) invites you to discover its permanent collection “Beyond the Horizon” (on show since its inauguration on 21 June).

Musée Mer Marine de Bordeaux 

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from May 29 to October 6

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