Art, Visit & Exhibition

Hergé, the father of comics is unveiled at the Grand Palais

If you like, share !

From September 28, 2016 to January 15, 2017, the Grand Palace offers an exhibition dedicated to Hergé, in collaboration with the Hergé Museum.

photo-herge-studio-herge-1969It is within the Grand Palais, in the famous National Galleries, that young and old fans of Georges Remi, better known by his pen name, Hergé, will meet at the start of the next school year.

The Belgian comic book author known throughout the world for the famous adventures of Tintin, his hero with a puff, is indeed to be (re)discovered on the occasion of an exhibition which takes place from September 28, 2016 to January 15. 2017.

we-walked-on-the-moon-1954-hergeConsidered "the father of European comics", Hergé was one of the first French-speaking authors to take up the American style of bubble comics. Perfectionist and visionary, he creates in turn The Exploits of Quick and Flupke (1930) The Adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko (1935) and develops his characters in line with the news of his time.

the-feats-of-quick-and-flupkeWith nearly 250 million albums translated into a hundred languages, Hergé is one of the greatest contemporary artists. A tribute not to be missed!

broken-ear-herge-1956♡ The Paris Select favourite: an exhibition that can be discovered during the famous Nuit Blanche on 1er October 2016.


If you like, share !