Jardin du Luxembourg | Exhibition

Naked glaciers - Photographs

from 17 September 2022 to 15 January 2023

Rue de Médicis - Rue de Vaugirard - 75006 Paris

Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés - 6e Arrondissement

Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris © Thinkstock


From 17 September 2022, the gates of the Jardin du Luxembourg will host striking photographs of glaciers captured at altitude.

Mountaineer, photographer and audiovisual artist Ania Freindorf takes the viewer in her equipment to explore secret views of these giants of ice. Under an enigmatic bluish tint, the immense mountain walls caught in the frost take on fascinating shades of light. A touching testimony to encourage Man to preserve these natural beauties. A free, open-air exhibition.

Tel. +33 (0) 1 42 34 20 00


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Jardin du Luxembourg

Situated on the border between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter, the Luxembourg Gardens, inspired by the Boboli Gardens in Florence, were created upon the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612. The gardens, which cover 25 hectares of land, are split into French gardens and English gardens. Between the two, lies a geometric forest and a large pond. There is also an orchard with a variety of old and forgotten apples, an apiary for you to learn about bee-keeping and greenhouses with a collection of breathtaking orchids and a rose garden. The garden has 106 statues spread throughout the park, the monumental Medici fountain, the Orangerie and the Pavillon Davioud. There are many activities and facilities for children such as puppets, rides and slides. Adults, whether they are Parisians or tourists, can play chess, tennis, and bridge or remote control boats. The cultural programme is characterized by free photography exhibitions on the garden railings and by concerts in the bandstand.

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Jardin du Luxembourg

Rue de Médicis - Rue de Vaugirard
75006 Paris
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 42 64 33 99‎

  • Subway - Odéon
  • RER - Luxembourg
  • Bus - 21, 27, 38, 58, 82, 83, 84, 89

Accessibility information

Accessible from boulevard Saint-Michel, rue du Vuagiraud, rue Guyenemer, rue Auguste-Comte and rue Médicis.
There are two accessible toilets at the Auguste-Comte entrance (11am to 1pm, and 1.45pm to 7pm) and next to the Sénat (9am to 7pm).

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