Musée d'art de Pully
11.09.2020 - 06.12.2020
The Helvetia collection, one of the most important belonging to a private company in Switzerland, is on show to the public in French-speaking Switzerland for the first time. The exhibition covers landscapes, architecture, installations and portraits - nearly 100 years of Swiss art, from Giovanni Giacometti to Miriam Cahn, Rudolf Maeglin and Thomas Huber. The Musée d’art has also invited four artists from German-speaking Switzerland to create pieces especially for its spaces.
Musée romain de Lausanne Vidy
02.06.2020 - 18.04.2021
Everyone realised it when the coronavirus slowed down our daily life, or stopped it in its tracks : the concept of time is not just about calendars and timetables. Far from being strict and regular, time as it is lived is subjective and variable. The exhibition addresses the tension between natural, biological time and the strictly measured time of a society where time is money.
The Bolo museum
28.02.2020 - 02.04.2021
IT for all. Musée Bolo presents its new temporary exhibition on digital access for disabled people. Explore the challenges that face them in accessing digital tools. Authentic witness statements offer total immersion in their daily lives.
Approximate duration : 2:30
A walk through the heart of the Cité or old town, weaving between historic stones and emblematic monuments. Your stroll will take in nearly a thousand years of history, revealing the various artistic and architectural expressions of local power.
Museums on the walking route