As a complement to its immersive exhibitions ‘Monet, Renoir, Chagall … Journeys Around the Mediterranean’ and ‘Yves Klein: Infinite Blue’, the Atelier des Lumières will exceptionally open in the evening over the autumn break to present ‘The Last Sentinels’, the first immersive exhibition created from hundreds of photographs taken by the famous artist Jimmy Nelson.

These evening events are part of a cycle of immersive exhibitions entitled ‘Save the Planet’ which present, every other year, an original immersive work by a committed artist.

After an exhibition devoted to Yann Arthus-Bertrand in 2018, for the benefit of the Good Planet Foundation, this year the British artist Jimmy Nelson’s photographs with their sumptuous compositions will feature on the walls of the Atelier des Lumières.

A voyage of around forty minutes in the heart of the last indigenous cultures and landscapes around the globe, ‘The Last Sentinels’, created by the studio Spectre Lab, celebrates the diversity of these peoples that live in harmony with nature.

By holding this immersive exhibition, Culturespaces is financially supporting the Jimmy Nelson Foundation, which strives to bring together the peoples of the world around the preservation of humankind’s natural and cultural heritage.

Practical Information

Atelier des Lumières
38, rue Saint Maur
75011 Paris

From 16 October to 15 November 2020 - Canceled

Opening Times 
From 6:30 to 8.15p.m ( last admission at 7.30pm )