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36th CIHA World Congress - Lyon 2024

Endorsed by the French Ministry of Culture,
the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research,
and the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.

Scientific programme


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Cultural Programme

The CIHA Congress offers a series of Tours where you can discover the wealth of heritage, gastronomy and museums in and around Lyon.
Several free and paying guided Visits/Tours are available for booking (transport and lunch are provided depending on the Tour).

  • Visits/Guided visits in Lyon and the Métropole of Lyon from June 23 to 28, 2024 (free registration)
  • Tours (day and half-day) in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes area on Friday 28 June, 2024 (paying registration)

All Visits and Tours require registration in advance and are reserved for people registered for the 36th CIHA Congress.
Please note that the schedule of Visits is still subject to modifications. Bookings of visits and evenings will open from the end of April 2024.

 


TOURS

Bookings of tours is open!*
Go to your personal space once you have registered for the congress [also accessible on the website, on the Registration page] to reserve your place!

*Registration for Tours is subject to a fee. 
You can make a reservation for 2 people in your personal space.

Guided tours are available in French and in English, or in French translated into English.
For day tours, lunch may be included or free.
If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the Organizing Committee reserves the right to cancel an excursion or visit. In this case, you will be offered a replacement with an equivalent excursion or visit. If those offers are not convenient to you, the amount paid will be refunded.

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Guided Visits

Booking of Visits in Lyon is open!*

Discover the Cultural programme of visits in Lyon from June 24 to 28, 2024 : guided visits and free visits in museums, art and architecture centres, historical sites, art foundations,etc.
Go to your personal space once you have registered for the congress [the personal space is also accessible on the Registration page] to reserve your place!

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*Registration for Visits is free of charge.
Guided visits are available in French and in English, or in French translated into English.
If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the Organizing Committee reserves the right to cancel a visit.

  • Museums - Art and architecture centres

    Access to all Lyon municipal museums is free on presentation of the CIHA 2024 Pass for the duration of the congress : Musée des Beaux-Arts, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Musée de l’Imprimerie et de la Communication Graphique, Musées Gadagne, Centre d'Histoire de la Résistance et de la Déportation, Musée de l’automobile Henri Malartre

    • Musée des Beaux-Arts of Lyon

      20, place des Terreaux, 69001 Lyon

      | Musée des Beaux Arts (mba-lyon.fr)

      Closed on Tuesdays

      Opening hours : 10h00-18h00

      The museum is located in the heart of Lyon's Presqu'île district, in the setting of a 17th-century abbey and its cloister, now a sculpture garden. The museum's encyclopaedic collections are organised into five departments covering a panorama of the great civilisations and schools of art from Antiquity to the present day. In association with the CIHA, the temporary exhibition Connecting Worlds will put the challenges of the congress into perspective through the history of exchanges and interconnections in the age of globalisation.

    • Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art

      Cité Internationale, 81 Quai Charles de Gaulle, 69006 Lyon

       | Musée d'art contemporain (mac-lyon.com)

      Fermé le lundi et mardi

      Opening hours : 11h00-18h00

      Located in the Cité Internationale since 1995, the museum presents national and international art in all its forms. The macLYON collection includes over 1,400 works in a wide variety of forms, materials and sizes, as well as monumental and immersive installations, some of which are acquisitions from the Lyon Biennial of Contemporary Art, created in 1991. Three temporary exhibitions will also be on show: Friends in Love and War - L'Éloge des meilleurs-es ennemi-es presents a selection of works from the British Council and macLYON collections on the theme of friendship; Désordres is from the Antoine de Galbert collection; and River of no Return is a solo exhibition by the artist Sylvie Selig.

    • Gadagne Museum

      1 Place du Petit Collège, 69005 Lyon

      Gadagne | Gadagne et ses deux musées (gadagne-lyon.fr)

      Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

      Opening hours : 10h30-18h00

      The Hôtel de Gadagne is one of the key sites in Lyon's heritage and Old Lyon, emblematic of its historic district, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Gadagne complex is a magnificent Renaissance building that houses two museums: the Musée d'Histoire de Lyon and the Musée des Arts de la Marionnette. The exhibitions retrace the history of the capital of Gaul right up to the 21st century, from an urban planning, economic, social, political and cultural perspective.

    • Lugdunum - Museum and Roman theatres

      17 Rue Cleberg, 69005 Lyon

       Accueil - Lugdunum Musée et théâtres romains (grandlyon.com)

      Closed on Mondays

      Opening times: 11am-6pm

      The museum and theatres are located on the slopes of Fourvière hill, on the site where the Roman city of Lugdunum was founded in the 1st century BC. Almost invisible from the outside, the museum, created in the 1970s, blends into the landscape, which is made up of two monuments: a theatre and an odeon, both part of the UNESCO World Heritage site. The museum has one of the richest archaeological collections in France, and traces the town planning, army and currency, religions and circus games of this period.

    • Tony Garnier Urban Museum

      4 Rue des Serpollières, 69008 Lyon

      Musée urbain Tony Garnier | Lyon | Architecture, murs peints & expositions (museeurbaintonygarnier.com)

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening times : 14h00-18h00

      Built by architect Tony Garnier between 1920 and 1933, the Cité Tony Garnier offers an open-air tour of the nineteen giant murals and six frescoes designed by foreign artists and sponsored by UNESCO. The museum has a 1930s flat museum and an exhibition space.

    • Archipel, a centre for urban culture

      21 Pl. des Terreaux, 69001 Lyon

      Archipel   Centre De Culture Urbaine (archipel-librairie.fr)

      Closed on Mondays

      Opening hours : 13h00-19h00

      Archipel is made up of the association La Maison de l'architecture Rhône-Alpes and an independent specialist bookshop. They share a common ambition: to raise public awareness of contemporary forms of architecture through a rich programme of exhibitions, conferences and workshops.

    • BF15

      11 Quai de la Pêcherie, 69001 Lyon

      La BF15 - Espace d'art contemporain >>> Lyon >>> France

      Closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h00-19h00

      The BF15 is a contemporary art space that presents artistic works that question our contemporary world, in particular the place and role of art in our society. Encouraging emerging approaches, it promotes reflection, artistic research and experimentation. From 07 June to 27 July, the exhibition As an owl in the daylight by Tristan Chignal- d'Argent will be on show, in partnership with the Fondation Albert Gleize de Molly-Sabata and as part of the Printemps du Dessin programme.

    • Musée des Confluences

      86 Quai Perrache, 69002 Lyon,

      Musée des Confluences Lyon - Expositions à voir, Activités à faire, Sorties culturelles, Spectacles, Conférences (museedesconfluences.fr)

      Open every day

      Opening hours : 10h30-18h30

      Admission charged according to current price list

      Visit 1. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Friday 28 June, 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm.

      Capacity: 25 people

      Opened in 2014, the Musée des Confluences is the heir to collections spanning five centuries of history. The museum's permanent displays evoke the great story of humankind in four distinct exhibitions that bring together the sciences to explore the history of life and humankind. It looks at the origins and future of humankind, the diversity of cultures, and the place of humans within the living world. The 3.5 million objects in the museum's collections represent a major collection in the natural, human and technical sciences, drawn from museums that no longer exist (the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle and the Musée Guimet in Lyon). The temporary exhibitions À nos amours, Secrets de la Terre and Épidémies, prendre soin du vivant (Epidemics, caring for the living) will echo the themes of the CIHA and the visit devoted to ‘Matière à récits’ (Storytelling Matter), in the permanent tour of the collections.

    • Lyon Museum of Fabrics and Decorative Arts

      Musée des Tissus et des Arts décoratifs de Lyon / Lyon’s Textile Arts Museum and Decorative Arts (museedestissus.fr)

      Visit 2. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Tuesday 25 June, 11am-12.30pm.

      Due to the temporary closure of the museum for renovation work, the site is now located in Unieux, accessible by TER train (20-minute walk from the site).

      Capacity: 25 people

      The museum has the largest collection of textiles in the world, with over 2 million items covering 4,500 years of textile production, and one of the finest collections of decorative arts in France. Housed in two mansions built in the 18th century on Lyon's Presqu'île, the museum is currently closed for renovation, with reopening scheduled for 2028. The museum's cultural programme continues with events and off-site exhibitions. The visit will focus on works taken out of storage for the occasion.

    • Museum of Printing and Graphic Communication

      13 Rue de la Poulaillerie, 69002 Lyon

      Accueil | MICG (lyon.fr)

      Closed on Monday and Tuesday

      Opening hours : 10h30-18h00

      Visit 3. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Monday 24 June, 10.00am-11.30am, the tour will be in French, with labels in English.

      Capacity: 25 people

      Created in 1964, the museum celebrates the early days of printing from the end of the 15th century to the middle of the 16th century, when Lyon was the epicentre of innovation and the spread of the printed book. The city continues to play a leading role in the spread of innovative techniques such as photocomposition. The museum's tour will take in five centuries of graphic development, and explore new horizons through Le Musée Ambulant. Readings by Miyazaki, a temporary exhibition by the Japanese artist.

    • Villeurbanne Institute of Contemporary Art

      11 Rue Dr Dolard, 69100 Villeurbanne

      IAC — Institut d’art contemporain — Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes (i-ac.eu)

      Closed on Monday and Tuesday

      Opening hours: 2pm-6pm and 1pm-7pm at weekends

      Visit 4. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Visit: Friday 28 June, 10am-12pm, presentation of the Espace Cerveau Laboratory and exhibitions.

      Capacity: 30 people

      The art centre was created in 1997 from the merger of the Nouveau Musée, a contemporary art centre founded in 1978, and the Fonds régional d'Art Contemporain Rhône-Alpes, founded in 1982. As a creative and research tool for contemporary art, the Institut organises exhibitions and meetings, and is building up a collection of works of international renown. At the same time, it is developing the Brain Space Laboratory, which contributes to the development of interdisciplinary research linking art to neuroscience, astrophysics and new technologies on a global scale. The temporary exhibition Cosmomorphic practices - (Re)generating the living will have a direct bearing on the issues of materiality and immateriality.

       

      Visite 21.

      Wednesday 26 June
      18:00-20:00
      Capacity: 15 people

      A conversation with Dane Mitchell about the work Aeromancy (Sketches of Meteorological Phenomena) in the current exhibition Pratiques cosmomorphes - (Ré)générer le vivant.

      Pared down and sober, Dane Mitchell's works are the result of capturing and fixing fleeting organic substances. He plays on scientific principles to distance our discernment and spark our imagination. Drawing on his work Aeromancy (Sketches of Meteorological Phenomena) (2024-2017), Dane Mitchell will explore his relationship with matter, the invisible and the ties that bind us to the world.

    • Musée des Moulages

      87 Cours Gambetta, 69003 Lyon

       Musée des Moulages - Université Lumière Lyon 2 (univ-lyon2.fr)

      Closed from Sunday to Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h00-18h00

      Visit 5. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      "Material history of the Musée des Moulages collections"

      Guided tours: Tuesday 25 June, 6.00 pm, 6.30 pm and 7.00 pm, duration 1 hour, limited to 20 people per tour. Tours in English available. Museum closes at 9pm.

      Capacity: 25 people

      Inaugurated in 1899 as part of the University of Lyon, the museum is now housed in a former industrial building in the 3rd arrondissement. Dedicated to the teaching of art history and archaeology, it has become a place for the mediation and dissemination of artistic knowledge. Its collection includes almost 2,000 plaster casts, 300 archaeological objects and tens of thousands of photographs, reflecting the development of Western sculpture from Archaic Greece to the 19th century. To date, some fifty sculptures have been restored, the most recent being the print of Paradise Gate. The tour will look at the materiality of these casts, their observation and restoration, as well as the manufacturing techniques, the special treatment of the surfaces, the fragility of the plaster and the marks of their century-long use in a humanities and social sciences university.

  • Art Foundations

    • Bullukian Foundation

      26 Place Bellecour, 69002 Lyon

      Fondation Bullukian - Accueil

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 14h00-18h00

      Visit 6.

      Guided tours:

      *Tuesday 25 June, 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm, with the artist Nicolas Daubanes and the three curators of the H(H)istoires exhibition [This visit is FULL / Booking no more available]

      *Friday 28 at 10.00 am.

      Capacity: 30 people

      Named after Napoléon Bullukian (1905-1984), a French resistance fighter and industrialist, the Bullukian Foundation has been committed to and active on a daily basis since 1985 in three areas: support for contemporary art, applied medical research and the promotion of Armenia. The Foundation houses an open-air contemporary art centre and offers temporary exhibitions, meetings and outreach activities to encourage creation, experimentation and access to art for all audiences. The temporary exhibitions Arménie, les temps du sacré by artist Pascal Convert and the group exhibition H(H)istoires consider the place, in the collective memory, of the destruction of works of world heritage and the place of the Armenian genocide.

    • Collection Tomaselli

      22 Rue Laure Diebold, 69009 Lyon

      Tomaselli Collection | Lieu atypique et unique pour inspirer vos séminaires, réunions, soirées… (tomaselli-collection.com)

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 10h30-17h30

      Visit 7. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Tuesday 25 June at 6pm. The tour will be followed by a cocktail reception at 7pm (to be confirmed).

      Capacity: 25 people

      Open to the public since November 2022, Mr Jérôme Tomaselli's private collection focuses on the arts in Lyon, representative of the different periods in the history of art. The exhibition of regional works, some of which are little-known, provides an opportunity to discover artists who were born, lived and worked in Lyon, or who studied at the city's École des Beaux-Arts. The temporary exhibition Modernity in Lyon: 1900-1925 will explore the relationships between artists and their links with other cities such as Paris and Rome, through the effervescence of the avant-garde movements of the early 20th century.

    • Musée l'Organe. The Abode of Chaos

      17 Rue de la République, 69270 Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d'Or

      La Demeure du Chaos – Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon

      Visit 8.

      Guided visits: Wednesday 26 June from 6.30pm and all evening long. Cocktail reception at 8pm.

      Capacity for the evening: 200 people (see Events and Evenings)

      La Demeure du Chaos is an alternative art project launched by Thierry Ehrmann in 1999. Located in the village of Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d'Or, near Lyon, it officially opened its doors to the public in 2006. The museum has the appearance of a vast post-apocalyptic setting, featuring a number of installations that explore the current issues in contemporary art, relating to the legitimacy of creation, the status of works of art and their future. The museum also houses the activities and documentary resources of Artprice, a website devoted to art market quotations.

    • Fondation Renaud Fort de Vaise

      27 Boulevard Saint-Exupéry, 69009 Lyon

      Fort de Vaise – Fondation Renaud (fondation-renaud.com)

      Closed Monday and Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h00-18h00

      Visit 9. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Tuesday 24 June, 17:30-19:00.

      Capacity: 25 people

      Created in 1994, the Fondation Renaud is the result of the Renaud family's desire to showcase its collections and heritage sites to the people of Lyon. It now houses 8,000 objects and works of art, notably by 19th and 20th century Lyonnais painters. The museum's mission is to support contemporary art, organise artists' residencies and promote Lyon's heritage. The temporary exhibition by the artist Lucas Zambon will provide an opportunity to showcase the work of this multi-disciplinary artist in residence at the foundation.

    • URDLA

      207 Rue Francis de Pressensé, 69100 Villeurbanne

      URDLA | Expositions, Oeuvres & Artistes

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 10h00-18h00

      Visit 10. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Friday 28 June, 14:00-15:30. A free guided tour of the exhibition room and printing workshop, with English translation provided.

      Capacity: 25 people

      Located in a renovated former factory, the Union régionale pour le développement de la lithographie d'art (regional union for the development of art lithography) presents the workings of lithographic presses, witness to the work involved in making images, often in contrast to today's digital techniques. Created in 1978 on the initiative of painter Max Schoendorff, the centre includes an art gallery and hosts residencies for artists working in traditional printmaking.

    • ARTISSIMA

      Private collection of contemporary art

      Artissima.com

      Le Moulin
      673, chemin de la Plage
      69270 Rochetaillée sur Saône

      Guided visits:

      The collection can be visited exclusively by reservation during guided tours lasting an hour and a half. Please do not hesitate to contact us to organize group visits for groups of 10 or more.

      The ARTISSIMA Collection is the private collection of contemporary art of François and Michelle Philippon.

      François Philippon is a collector of contemporary art; he has been searching, discovering and buying works for over 40 years. Michelle has always supported this project and has been very committed to the opening of the Moulin, a private space that houses this collection of paintings and sculptures, but also photographs, drawings, videos and other installations by international artists.

      The ARTISSIMA Collection is the story of a private passion, started at a very young age. It is not a family story, but the passion of a life, intimate, discreet and constant over the years.

      From Paris, then quickly from Lyon, acquisitions are made "with the head and the heart", mainly from galleries, in France and abroad. The ARTISSIMA Collection has been built in freedom and exigency, around a deep love for art, the sensitivity of artists and their place in the history of their time. The choices are mainly focused on themes such as fragility, rupture, construction/deconstruction.

      This collection reflects the journey of a man who today assumes this passion to the point of being able to propose this very personal place, which resembles a museum without being one. In this private place, which is not subject to the constraints of a museum, there is a real desire for freedom, sharing and transmission.

  • Architectural heritage

    • Jacobins District

      Visit 11. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Friday 28 June, 10am-11.30am, by Véronique Belle, Researcher, General Inventory and Cultural Heritage, Department of Culture and Heritage.
      Capacity: 15 people

      The tour takes in the Jacobins district, home to the former Jacobins convent, destroyed in 1808, and the historic buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries on Lyon's Presqu'île.

    • Lyon's heritage. Perrache district

      73-75 rue President, Edouard Herriot 69002 Lyon: meet at the entrance to the Hôtel Mercure

      Visit 12. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Friday 28 June, 15:30-17:00, by Véronique Belle, researcher, Inventaire général et Patrimoine culturel, Direction de la Culture et du Patrimoine.
      Capacity: 15 people

      The tour will include a visit to the Hôtel Mercure, an architectural heritage with Art Nouveau decor that has remained intact. The tour continues with a visit to La Brasserie Georges, an emblematic restaurant founded in 1836, whose Art Deco decor is complemented by paintings by Lyon artist Bruno Guillermin.

    • Cornwall water plant and pump

      Adress: Meet at the Salle Cornouailles - Ancienne usine des eaux 2 avenue de Poumeyrol 69300 Caluire

      Visit 13. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Wednesday 26 June, 12.30-14.00, by Nadine Halitim-Dubois, Researcher, General Inventory and Cultural Heritage, Department of Culture and Heritage.

      Capacity: 15 people

      The tour is devoted to the Saint-Clair waterworks, which dates from 1854 and, with its 3,800 m2 of underground basins, period buildings and the Cornouailles pump from Lyon, is a rare example of industrial heritage still visible. The site, which is closed to the public, is located on the other side of the Rhône, opposite the Palais des Congrès.

    • The Grand Hôtel-Dieu and the Chapel

      Place de l'Hôpital, in front of the Chapelle, 69002 Lyon

      Visit 14.

      Guided tour :

      Capacity: 25 people

      Located in the Hôtel-Dieu, Lyon's former hospital, the Chapel, built in the 7th century and then restored in the 19th century, was the baptismal font for many children born at the Hôtel-Dieu, before gradually falling into oblivion. Its restoration, undertaken in 2012 by the Hospices Civils de Lyon, is now a chance to rediscover its Baroque architecture, the wealth of its paintings and sculptures, and the trompe-l'œil painted decoration that covers its entire walls and vaults.

    • Urban tour in Villeurbanne

      Address: Hôtel de Ville (Mairie) de Villeurbanne, Place du Dr Lazare Goujon, 69100 Villeurbanne


      Visit 15.

      Guided tour: Friday 28 June, 14:00-16:00, by Stéphane Frioux, lecturer in contemporary history at Université Lymière Lyon 2, and Vincent Veschambre, director of Le RIZE (Cultural Centre in Villeurbanne). Meeting point: Hôtel de Ville (Mairie) de Villeurbanne, Place du Dr Lazare Goujon, 69100 Villeurbanne

      Capacity: 25 people

      Visit 15bis.

      The tour will be preceded by a cocktail reception at 12:00 at the City Hall of Villeurbanne ; Wedding hall.

      Capacity : 70 people

      The tour explores the history of the city of Villeurbanne, whose historic skyscraper centre is a unique architectural ensemble, built between 1927 and 1934. Blending social housing and working-class housing with a modernist style inspired by Europe and North America, the tour includes a visit to a show flat from the period, where you can appreciate the solutions introduced to provide modern comfort.

    • The Hearing Matter Route

      14 Av. Berthelot, 69007 Lyon : meet at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

      Visit 16. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Thursday 27 June, 10.00am-10.30am and 10.30am-11.00am, by Mylène Pardoen, research engineer - IR (CNRS), archaeologist of the soundscape.

      Capacity: 8 people

      This presentation offers an opportunity to hear the material and the history, the environment and the activities that took place during the various phases of the construction work around Notre-Dame de Paris. The aim is to immerse ourselves in the sensoriality of the past, to rediscover the gestures and practices of the past, and to record them. The session is divided into two parts: a presentation of the archaeology of sound heritage and its methodology, linked to the ESPHAISTOSS project (Study and analysis of the sensoriality of craft and heritage trades), and immersive listening to a sound reconstruction in the eponymous room at the MSH.

  • Old Lyon (Renaissance, 18th and 19th c.)

    • Saint-Jean Cathedral and traboules

      Visit 17. [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Tuesday 26 June at 5.00 pm, by Nathalie Mathian, lecturer in the history of modern art, Université Lyon 2
      Adress: in front of Saint-Jean cathedral

      Capacity: 5 people

      Thanks to the combined efforts of the State, the City of Lyon and local residents' associations, Vieux Lyon became France's first ‘protected area’ in 1964. The district was subsequently listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998. The tour includes visits to Saint-Jean Cathedral, a Gothic and Romanesque church, and the famous Renaissance-style traboules of Vieux Lyon.

  • Lyon Silk industries

    • Association Soieries vivantes

      Atelier Municipal de Passementerie, 21 Rue Richan, 69004 Lyon

      Association Soierie Vivante (soierie-vivante.asso.fr)

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours: 9.00am - 12.00pm / 1.30pm - 6.00pm

      Visit 18.

      Guided tour: Friday, June 28, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
      Admission charge: 7€
      Capacity: 25 people

      The Soierie Vivante association is made up of historians, Lyonnais textile professionals and local enthusiasts. It explains the history and operation of the hand-weaving looms, equipped with Jacquard cartons dating from 1830, all of which have been listed as historic monuments thanks to the association's support. The association also provides guided tours and demonstrations of the looms for the general public.

    • Maison des Canuts

      10 Rue d'Ivry, 69004 Lyon

      Maison des Canuts • Musée de la soie de Lyon • Croix-Rousse

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 10.00-13.00 / 14.00- 18.00

      Visit 19.

      Guided tour: Friday, June 28, 10:00 - 12:00
      Admission charge: 11€
      Capacity: 25 people

      Created in 1970 by the weaving cooperative, the Maison des Canuts housed the headquarters of the Syndicat des Tisseurs et Similaires in the 19th century. Located in the historic Croix-Rousse district, the Maison des Canuts invites visitors to discover the history of Lyon's silk industry, through a tour that traces the origins of silk, the manufacture of gold and silver threads, the organisation of the silk trade in Lyon and the Canuts' revolts.

    • The Villas Tony Garnier trail in Saint-Rambert

      Visit 20.

      Address: meet in front of Tony Garnier's villa, at the corner of Quai Paul-Sédaillan and rue de la Mignonne, Lyon, 69009.

      Capacity: 15 people [FULL / Booking no more available]

      Guided tour: Wednesday 26 June, 9am-12.30pm, by Pierre Gras, Honorary Professor at the École nationale d'architecture de Lyon.

      Between 1910 and 1920, Tony Garnier built three villas on the Saint-Rambert site, on the banks of the Saône. The first was for himself, the second for his wife and the third for a private client, Antoinette Bachelard. These three buildings are among the pioneers of the Modern Movement, offering a different perspective on its beginnings. Their construction and decoration are particularly interesting for their materiality. The first two are artists' homes, and are sensitive and seminal testimonies to the movement. The owners of these villas have agreed to welcome a limited number of visitors. Their visit is an exceptional opportunity.

  • Art Galleries in Lyon

    • Françoise Besson Gallery

       Galerie Françoise Besson — Galerie Lyon (francoisebesson.com)

      10 Rue de Crimée, 69001 Lyon

      Closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h30- 19h00

      Visit 21.

      Guided tour : from Wednesday to Saturday, 14:30-19:00
      Capacity: 15 people
      No registration required

    • Regard Sud Gallery

      Regard Sud | Galerie d'art contemporain

      1/3 Rue des Pierres Plantées, 69001 Lyon

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 14h00 - 19h00

      Visit 22.

      Guided tour : from Tuesday to Saturday, 14:00-19:00

      Exhibition : Resting on the course of the sky by painter Lilian Euzéby.

      Capacity: 15 people

      No registration required

    • Le Réverbère gallery

      Galerie le reverbere / Accueil

      38 Rue Burdeau, 69001 Lyon

      Closed from Sunday to Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h00- 19h00

      Visit 23.

      Guided tour : from Wednesday to Saturday, 14:00-19:00

      Exhibition: Silence by Julien Magre.

      Capacity: 15 people

      No registration required

    • L’Œil écoute

      Galerie l'Oeil Ecoute | Vieux Lyon (galerie-oeil-ecoute.fr)

      3 Quai Romain Rolland, 69005 Lyon

      Closed from Monday to Thursday

      Opening hours : 14h00- 19h00

      Visit 25.

      Details to come

    • Ceysson & Bénétière gallery

      Expositions - Max Charvolen Lyon - Ceysson & Bénétière (ceyssonbenetiere.com)

      21 Rue Longue, 69001 Lyon

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 11h00-18h00

      Visit 24.

      Visite guidée: From Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00 - 18:00
      Capacity: 15 people
      No registration required

       

    • Ories gallery

      Galerie Ories

      33 Rue Auguste Comte, 69002 Lyon

      Closed on Sunday and Monday

      Opening hours : 15h00- 19h00

      Visit 27.

      Details to come

    • Tatiss gallery

      35 rue Auguste Comte 69002 Lyon

      galerie tatiss - galerie d'art contemporain à lyon

      Closed from Sunday to Tuesday

      Opening hours : 14h00- 19h00

      Visit 25.

      Guided tour: From Wednesday to Friday 2pm-7pm and Saturday 10.30am-7pm

      Exhibition: Le terrain du vague by artist Sarah Krespin

      Capacity: 15 people

      No registration required.

Events and Receptions

Booking of Events and Receptions is now open!

    • Doctorat honoris causa: Orhan Pamuk

      Award ceremony of the title of Doctor Honoris Causa to Orhan Pamuk, Writer and Nobel Prize for Literature 2006

      Grand Amphithéâtre - Palais Hirsch, Université Lumière Lyon 2

      17:30

      By invitation only

    • Lecture of Jacqueline Salmon at Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon

      Du projet à l'objet - Matériaux à l'oeuvre

      Précédent les projets : un mille-feuille, de choses vues, lues, entendues et mémorisées, de parts larges ou minimes, concrètes, découvertes, choisies, cadrées, prélevées dans le monde et rendues au monde, métamorphosées à l’aide d’actions nécessitant des outils précis.
      Un exemple simple avant la photographie numérique : Lônes, 1989 photographies de paysages.
      De l’idée à la réalisation, comment les matériaux intellectuels et matériels mènent l’œuvre en constante synergie. Liste et description des outils et des actions nécessaires, depuis la recherche du titre jusqu’ à la réalisation d’une exposition, d’une édition.
      Un exemple complexe au temps du numérique : 42,84 km2 sous le ciel, portrait de ville. Interviennent des recherches en archives, des articles de journaux, des portraits, des plans urbains anciens et modernes, des statistiques, des dessins, des interviews, des vidéos, des ouvrages précis, des plans anciens, une nécessaire formation à la météorologie…
      Suivi de la mise en œuvre avec la description des 8 outils numériques nécessaires.

      Auditorium du macLYON

      11:00-12:00

      Entry with Congress pass

    • Diner-performance of Daniel Spoerri at the Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon

      Dinner-performance of Daniel Spoerri - Un coup de dés n’abolira jamais le hasard
      From 19:30
      Register now by clicking here.

    • Reception at the Musée des Beaux-arts de Lyon

      Lecture, presentation of artworks and cocktail reception [19.00-22.30]

      From 7.00pm: free visit to the exhibition Connecting worlds

      7.15pm - 7.45pm: Lecture by Pierre Rosenberg in front of the artworks of Nicolas Poussin
      Subject to registration (40 people).

      7.45pm - 8.15pm: Presentations of artworks by their restorers

      • Antique sculptures
      • Graphic art cabinet
      • 19th century room Clémence de Sermezy
      • Zurbaran restoration workshop
      • Macau embroidery exhibition.

      Each presentation is subject to registration (20 people per presentation).

      8.30pm: Cocktail receptioni the Cloister Garden

      9.00pm: Closing of the exhibition space
       
      10.30pm: End of the reception

      Registration required to access the reception + registration required for each event of the evening (lecture and/or 1 presentation). To register, click here.

      With the support of Cercle Poussin and Cercle 21, circles of individual patrons of Lyon's art museums.

    • Lecture of Gilles Clément & Coloco at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Lyon

      Organised by the Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon and Archopel, the maison de l'architecture de Lyon

      Depuis que la crise environnementale mondiale a radicalement changé l'approche des projets, nous sommes poussés à inventer de nouvelles stratégies. Immergés dans le jardin Planétaire, au sein du Vivant, nous cherchons à développer le projet en termes de temps au-delà de la création spatiale. La Préséance du Vivant propose une façon d'explorer les dimensions collaboratives et les méthodologies pour s'intégrer dans les dynamiques du Vivant. Cette opportunité de partager notre travail à Lyon avec cette exposition vise à réfléchir collectivement à notre responsabilité en tant que paysagistes pour façonner de nouveaux futurs.

      « L’avenir sera fait de métissages naturels, culturels et technologiques imprévisibles. Nous devons repenser la place de l’espèce humaine au sein du vivant avec une responsabilité d’invention face à l’enjeu de préserver l’habitabilité de la planète. La nature n’est pas un état idéal, nostalgique d’un passé idéalisé, mais une force de renouvellement à comprendre avant d'intervenir sur un projet. À chaque situation ses réponses concrètes, toujours collectives et engagées durablement. »

      Lecture on the occasion of the exhibition at the Orangerie du Parc de la tête d'Or

      Auditorium du macLYON

      18:30

      Registration needed [full]

    • Reception organised by the École du Louvre at the Lyon Fine Arts Museum

      Reception organised for all delegates who have received a mobility grant under various support programmes, in the context of their participation to the 36th CIHA Congress.

      19:00

      By invitation only.

    • Private evening organized by the Getty Foundation

      19:30-21:30
      By invitation only

    • Private visit and cocktail reception at the Musée l'Organe - La Demeure du Chaos / Abode of Chaos

      17:30/19:30 - 22:30/0:00

      Guided tour of the 6,300 works that form the Demeure du Chaos / Abode of Chaos corpus, discovery of the world headquarters of Artprice by artmarket, the world leader in art market information, its historical documentary collection of catalogues and manuscripts from 1700 to the present day, cocktail reception and time for discussion with Thierry Ehrmann, sculptor and visual artist, author of the 6,300 works that form the Demeure du Chaos corpus and founding Chairman of Artprice.

      Continuous tours throughout the evening.
      Cocktails from 8pm.

      Free event reserved exclusively for the 36th CIHA Congress delegates, on presentation of access badge.
      Registration subject to availability. Registration is closed.

      Transport to and from the Congress Centre, organised by the Musée l'Organe - La Demeure du Chaos / Abode of Chaos and Artprice by artmaket.
      > Several departures planned between 17:30 and 19:30 (details to come)
      > Return between 22:30 and 0:00