From May 2 to July 28, 2014 Location Napoleon Hall, under the Pyramid Admission Exhibition: €13 Combined ticket (permanent collections exhibition): €16 Opening hours Every day from 9 a.m. In the late 19th century, Chicago architect Louis Sullivan wrote, "Form follows function." This dictum became one of the rallying cries of modern design in the 20th century, and it remains one of the best-known architecture aphorisms today.
The exhibition will enable the French public to get a preview of the cultural wealth of the collection of the future museum and also to grasp the architectural and cultural project.Among these exceptional works there is a gold bracelet with figures of lions made in Iran nearly 3,000 years ago; a fibula (brooch) in gold with garnets from Italy dating from the fifth century AD; paintings by Jordaens, Manet, and Magritte; a previously unseen papier collé by Picasso; and nine paintings by the recently deceased American painter Cy Twombly.Louvre Abu Dhabi, which will be opening in December 2015, will be the first universal museum created in the Middle East, a region at the crossroads of civilizations.‘There were moments in the season when things could have taken a different turn, and yet a lot of people look back on the season and think it was a procession.He had a lot of things to micromanage and he did that very well.’ According to Horncastle, Conte’s days on the pitch with Lecce, Juventus and Italy have shaped his managerial style. ‘When you’ve got so many different options available to you it makes you unflappable and it gives you confidence. That really helps a team achieve the mentality which makes it very difficult to stop.’ Chelsea have a long and proud association with Italy, dating back over two decades now, and Conte’s arrival at Stamford Bridge fresh from an impressive Euros in charge of the national team has only heightened our popularity in the country that has brought us the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Roberto Di Matteo, Gianluca Vialli and Carlo Ancelotti.