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  • List of works for the mheu exhibition The Street | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    x 161cm Location Paris Musée National d Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompid Copyright ADAGP Photo CNAC MNAM Dist RMN Bertrand Prévost View This Exhibition Title Playtime Artist Jacques Tati Date 1967 Technique 70mm colour film Length 152 minutes Copyright Les Films de Mon Oncle View This Exhibition Title Victor Hugo s Funeral Artist anonymous Date 1885 Technique black white stereo image Copyright LL Roger Viollet View This Exhibition Title Procession of the True Cross in Piazza San Marco Venice Artist Gentile Bellini Date 1496 Technique oil on canvas Size 367cm 745cm Location Galleria dell academia Venice Italy Copyright Wikimedia commons View This Exhibition Title Procession of the Holy League in the Streets of Paris Artist François Bunel II Date 1593 Technique oil on wood Size 60cm 95cm Location Versailles Versailles Palace Copyright RMN Franck Raux View This Exhibition Title Death of Princess de Lamballe Artist Léon Maxime Faivre Date 1908 Technique oil on canvas Size 265cm 367cm Location Versailles Versailles Palace Copyright Faivre Léon Maxime RMN Gérard Blot View This Exhibition Title Battle in Rue de Rohan July 29 1830 Artist Hippolyte Lecomte Date 1831 Technique oil on canvas Size 43cm 60cm Location Paris Musée Carnavalet Copyright RMN Agence Bulloz View This Exhibition Title The Barricade Rue de la Mortellerie Artist Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier Date 19 th century Technique oil on canvas Size 29cm 22cm Location Paris Musée du Louvre Copyright RMN All rights reserved View This Exhibition Title The Barricade 1871 Artist André Victor Edouard Devambez Date late 19 th century Technique oil on canvas Size 140cm 107cm Location Versailles Versailles Palace Copyright ADAGP RMN Gérard Blot View This Exhibition Title March by members of the cleaning ladies union Artist anonymous Date 1936 Technique black white photograph Copyright Roger Viollet View This Exhibition Title Demonstration on May 6 1968 in the Latin Quarter Artist anonymous Date 1968 Technique black white photograph Copyright Roger Viollet View This Exhibition Title May 1 st parade in Moscow Artist André Victor Edouard Devambez Date 1945 Length 2h 43mins Copyright INA archives View This Exhibition Title Rue Saint Denis in Paris Festival of June 30 1878 Artist Claude Monet Date 1878 Technique oil on canvas Size 81cm 50cm Location Paris Musée d Orsay Copyright RMN Musée d Orsay Hervé Lewandowski View This Exhibition Title The Fight Between Carnival and Lent Artist Pieter Bruegel The Elder Date 1559 Technique oil on wood oak Size 118cm x 164 5cm Location Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum Copyright Joseph S Martin ARTOTHEK View This Exhibition Title Clip from Les Enfants du Paradis The Children of Paradise Artist Marcel Carné Jacques Prévert Date 1945 Length 1h 35mins 1h 27mins Copyright Fatras Pathé View This Exhibition Title Dunkirk Carnival 2008 Date 2008 Length 8mins Copyright City of Dunkirk View This Exhibition Title Livre du Gouvernement des Princes Folio 149 verso a street in the early 16 th century Artist Romain Gilles Date early 16 th century Technique illumination Location Paris Bibliothèque de l Arsenal Copyright RMN Agence Bulloz View This Exhibition

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  • Bibliography for the mheu exhibition The Street | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    be light Sleep soundly good people The beat goes on The street The street List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Bibliography Reference works Les rues de Paris sous Louis XIII Albert Franklin Les éditions de Paris Histoire de la France urbaine Georges Duby under the direction of Editions du Seuil Paris au Moyen âge Simone Roux Editions Hachette Littérature L esthétique de la rue Gustave Kahn Editions Infolio Ce qu on voit dans les rues de Paris Victor Fournel Full work available on the BnF web site Bibliothèque nationale de France Vivre dans les rues de Paris au XVIII siècle Arlette Farge Gallimard Folio Histoire Paris 2000 ans d histoire Jean Favier Editions Fayard Works cited in the exhibition Grand dictionnaire de cuisine Alexandre Dumas Les Confessions Jean Jacques Rousseau Le vieux Paris Louis Blanc in Paris guide par les principaux écrivains et artistes de la France Les fleurs du mal Charles Baudelaire Mémoires Cardinal de Retz Contes et nouvelles Guy de Maupassant Histoire physique civile et morale de Paris Jacques Antoine Dulaure Tableaux de Paris Louis Sébastien Mercier Le ventre de Paris Emile Zola L histoire des francs Grégoire de Tours Histoire de l Hôtel de Ville de

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  • Sitography for the mheu exhibition The Street | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    Let the party begin The Boulevard of Crime The carnival Industrious street life Colporteurs The central market Paving the way It s a dirty job Standing firm Let there be light Sleep soundly good people The beat goes on The street The street List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Sitography Reference sites cartocassini org The evolution of Paris maps http www cartocassini org galerie index php category paris lang en UK parisavant com Discover each day a photo of old Paris alongside a current photo from the same perspective http www parisavant com Pavillon de l Arsenal architecture et urbanisme à Paris The web site of the Pavillon de l Arsenal architecture and urban planning for Paris offers a history of Parisian urban planning in video http www pavillon arsenal com en videosenligne collection 3 18 php La cité de l architecture et du patrimoine http www citechaillot fr langue us The street blongs to all of us a world touring exhibition http www larueestatous com uk index2 html Museums and places of interest Muée Carnavalet Paris France http www paris fr Musée du Louvre Paris France http www louvre fr Musée national d Art moderne Centre Georges Pompidou

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  • Mheu | Partners
    streets Processions From the League to the Fronde Taking to the streets Forward march The resilient Republic Let the party begin The Boulevard of Crime The carnival Industrious street life Colporteurs The central market Paving the way It s a dirty job Standing firm Let there be light Sleep soundly good people The beat goes on The street The street List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Partnership Veolia Environnement

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  • The MHEU | All roads lead to Rome
    streets of Rome The streets were mostly irregular winding and narrow especially in the older districts and the ground was so uneven and steep in places that steps were needed to get up and down The widest streets were split into three strips a main thoroughfare in the center for chariots beasts of burden and litters flanked by paved paths two to four feet wide for pedestrians running alongside the houses on either side The main thoroughfare was some 23½ feet wide enough to allow two chariots to pass one another This was enormous compared with other streets particularly those built earlier which were only eight feet wide the narrowness of the streets and the height of the houses made Rome feel more like an underground city in places with the people often finding themselves plunged into dark gorges Although the layout was not particularly easy on the eye it did have the advantage of sheltering the streets from the sun creating a wonderfully cool air more conducive to a salubrious environment Altars to minor divinities stood at most crossroads flanked by religious and secular statues and a wide array of market stalls enough to make passage difficult in places while fabrics and clothing hung to dry in front of fullers houses Such was the daily picture of life in the streets of ancient Rome Charles Dezobry 1798 1871 Rome in the Time of Augustus A Frenchman s Journey to Rome in the Time of Augustus and during part of the Reign of Tiberius Free translation from the French Streets of old symbolized order and power they were a place where chariots trundled by pedestrians travelled in safety and legions paraded and invaded This however is the image lent to us by what remains of the old Roman roads which

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  • The MHEU | Sheltered by the ramparts
    goes on The street List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Sheltered by the ramparts Another image of power though more defensive stems from the medieval design of cities as fortified towns In Paris Philippe Auguste built a surrounding wall stretching over five kilometers in circumference Once complete in 1213 it still contained cultivated land but building work continued at such a pace that streets were soon no more than the space between two edifices Holding the high ground Although people began paving city streets in the Middle Ages there were still no sidewalks The streets were concave or V shaped to allow wastewater to run down the middle meaning people walked as close as possible to the edge of the street and the buildings to stay clean and dry When two people had to pass one another the poorest of the pair ceded the high ground to his richer counterpart This gave rise to the French expression tenir le haut du pavé literally holding the upper paving used to describe someone with a privileged position or rank Passages were narrow and dark made even gloomier by the corbelled architecture jutting out from the walls The streets doubled as sewers and struggled to bear away waste from a wide range of activities including slaughtering and disposal Philippe Auguste was appalled by this and ordered that the streets be paved marking the start of a project that would last seven centuries Piggy in the middle The young King Philippe died in 1131 not long after being crowned by his father Louis VI in Rheims The fatal accident occurred when the king s horse stumbled over a pig in a narrow street as a result of which the young monarch fell sustaining a head injury from which he died the next day

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  • The MHEU | Belleforest's map of Paris
    The carnival Industrious street life Colporteurs The central market Paving the way It s a dirty job Standing firm Let there be light Sleep soundly good people The beat goes on The street List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Belleforest s map of Paris As it steadily grew the city expanded its surrounding walls mainly under the rule of Charles V late 14 th century and Louis XIII early

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  • The MHEU | Pont Neuf, the first stone bridge in Paris
    Partners Pont Neuf The picture shows the Pont Neuf meaning New Bridge Pont Neuf is aptly named as it was the first stone bridge in Paris and the first to be built unencumbered by edifices confirming its role as a genuine thoroughfare The first sidewalks also made their appearance at this time marking a new departure in street sharing Henri IV opens the bridge 30 years work split by civil wars building the Pont Neuf was both difficult and costly Henri IV used the city s tax on wine earmarked to install fountains in Paris to provide the necessary funding to finish the enterprise In June 1603 the bridge was not yet finished but the superstructure was in place and the king made his first crossing On Friday 20 th the king crossed from Quay des Augustins to the Louvre via the Pont Neuf which had yet to be made entirely safe and on which few people ventured Some had attempted the crossing but had broken their necks or fallen in the river a fact explained to His Majesty who pointedly replied that not one of these individuals was king as he was City streets were gradually getting wider Rue

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