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"Aardman, l'Art qui prend forme" the world premiere exhibition in Paris
From 11 March 2015 to 30 August 2015
Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, Pirates and Shaun the Sheep will be the stars of the exhibition "Aardman, l’art qui prend forme " the world exclusive exhibition settling in Paris since March, 11, until August,30, 2015 at the Art Ludique Museum .
Gromit, Chicken Run, Pirates and Shaun the Sheep will be the stars of the
exhibition "Aardman, l’art qui prend forme " the world exclusive
exhibition settling in Paris since March11, until August, 30 2015 at the Art Ludique Museum .
The British production studio Aardman collaborated with the Art Ludique Museum’s team to release this world premier exhibition in Paris.
Throughout this exhibition, the Aardman studio will be revealing the sets, characters and drawings of its famous films.
The exhibition will be presenting drawing sets and boards detailing the different steps of the creation of characters such as Shaun the sheep, more than 350 concept drawings and story boards will complement this exceptional exhibition, where you can even discover Nick Park’ sketchbooks containing the earliest sketches of Wallace Gromit, unveiled for the first time to the public.
The tour continues with a dive into the universe where these picturesque drawings gave way to authentic settings and characters of these productions including the brilliant inventions of Wallace, the impressive pirate galley or the 'flying machine of Chicken Run. You’ll be then discovering extracts of these films, short films, commercials and music videos referring to the different activities of the studio.
Do not miss the occasion, Aardman, l’art qui prend forme is held at the Art ludique Museum up to the 30th of August, see you there!
where? Musée de l'art ludique
when? From March 21 to August 30, 2015, from 11 am to 7 pm Monday to Friday, 10 am to 8 pm weekends, Friday night until 10 pm
Rates: € 15.5, € 12.5 students and unemployed, € 10 children under 12