FOR ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY, CITROËN IS PUTTING ON A PHOTO EXHIBITION IN PARIS THIS SUMMER: THE WORLD INSPIRED BY CITROËN
For its 100th anniversary, Citroën is giving free rein to seven leading international photographers who they have brought together in one exhibition of 100 photos: THE WORLD INSPIRED BY CITROËN. The exhibition will open its doors at the Paris Mint (La Monnaie de Paris) from 9 July to 18 August. Amsterdam, Paris, Tunis, Milan, New York, Buenos Aires, Tokyo: seven global cities where the seven artists tell a story about the city, their city, with Citroëns as the main characters.

 

The date of the Centenary is Citroën’s opportunity to scale up the forms of celebrations by glorifying the past, by showcasing the present and by looking to the future of the Brand. With its characteristic boldness, it is today giving free rein to seven leading international photographers for 100 shots brought together in one exhibition called ‘THE WORLD INSPIRED BY CITROËN’.

Some have beautified these cars, others have made them part of daily life, some have brought them to life, others have immortalised them, some have put them on the street, others in the studio, and the result is just as creative as the Brand’s models which are depicted there! You can take a look now on the website of the Citroën Origins online museum, in the section dedicated to the Brand’s centenary.

To celebrate this free exhibition, a collector’s catalogue has been produced in partnership with the magazine IDEAT in XXL format (30 x 38 cm), 156 pages. The catalogue (bilingual French and English) is on sale online at a price of 20 euros at lifestyle.citroen.com, on site for the duration of the exhibition at the Paris Mint, as well as at ‘the Gathering of the Century’ (‘le Rassemblement du Siècle’) organised from 19-21 July at La Ferté-Vidame, in Eure-et-Loir for Citroën collectors and fans.


THE WORLD INSPIRED BY CITROËN
9 July to 18 August 2019 (free entrance)
Exhibition at the Paris Mint (La Monnaie de Paris) - 11, Quai de Conti - 75006 Paris