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ROBOTS: FROM MOVIES TO TOYS

The exhibition Robots: From Movies to Toys will take place at the Musée des arts et métiers in Paris, from July 23rd 2013 to January 5th 2014.

ScienceFictionArchives.com, in partnership with the Musée des arts et métiers-Cnam (Paris), with support from La Grande RécréHasbro and Universal, is proud to present a selection from its collection of robots, created for some of the greatest science fiction films ever produced in Hollywood, as part of the Robots: From Movies to Toys exhibition

Visitors will discover the origins of robots and what differentiates them from early "automates", and be able to admire cyborgs and other droids from the most important science fiction movies like Robotrix from Metropolis, T-800 from Terminator, Bumblebee from Transformers or even the real R2-D2 from Star Wars. The question will be asked: Does Robots from the movies that inspired the manufacture of toys, or is it the reverse?

Following their consecration in the movies, robots have left the world of dream and fiction in order to get in our lives as action figures and toys. By providing a showcase of original movie props and collectible toys that have marked the history of cinema, Robots: des films aux jouets offers, in one room, an approach both entertaining and fun that will delight sci-fi fans but also adult and kids!

ScienceFictionArchives.com a has organized and taken part in numerous exhibitions since its inception, including since it's creation in 2008: Science (et) Fiction : Aventures Croisées (Science (and) Fiction: Imagination Meets Reality) at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (Science Museum) in Paris in 2010;Des Jouets et des Hommes (Of Toys and Men) at the Paris Grand Palais Museum in 2011; Et L’Homme... Créa le Robot (And Man... created Robot) at the Musée des Arts et Métiers in 2012; Les Jouets Star Wars (Star Wars Toys) at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Museum of Decorative Arts in the Louvre building) in Paris in 2012; Bond, ... James Bond : Fifty Years of Film Posters and Photographs at the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany in 2012; Science et Fiction at the Maison Folie Wazemmes in Lille, France (Lille3000-Fantastic) in 2012 and Siudmak, Univers Infini (Siudmak, Infinite Universe) at the Utrillo-Valadon Museum in Sannois, France, in 2012.

Have a souvenir of the Robots : Des Films Aux Jouets exhibition in the catalogue available on our website ScienceFictionArchives.com : Album des Exposition 2012, where visitors can also continue the exhibition by discovering more detailed on our objects. Please follow us, and like our Facebook page:www.facebook/ScienceFictionArchives.com

Curators :

  • Arnaud Grunberg – A passionate collector of science fiction items since the late 70s, he has assembled one of the most significant collections in the world. He was the curator for the Science (and) Fiction: Imagination Meets RealityScience and Fiction and Star Wars Toys exhibitions.
  • Patrice Girod – Leading expert on the Star Wars universe. He created Lucasfilm Magazine in 1995 and produced the only official French Star WarsConventions in 2005 and 2007 at the Grand Rex theater in Paris, he was also the curator of the Star Wars: The Exhibition at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie Museum in 2005, and Science(and) Fiction and Star Wars Toys exhibitions.
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PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Musée des arts et métiers, 60 rue Réaumur, Paris 3ème
www.arts-et-metiers.net
Métro : Arts et Métiers, Réaumur-Sébastopol, Temple 
Full fee : 6,50€, discounted fee : 4,50€.
Educational workshop 6,50€ per child, reservation at +33 (0)1 53 01 82 65
Free admission :
1st sunday of the month, thursday after 6PM,persons under 26 from the EU, children under five,person accompanying a handicapped person, journalist,teachers preparing a visit by a group after reservation or by appointment;

Poster artwork by: Manchu/Livre de Poche

Design by: Atomik Design

--------------------- This exhibition was realized with the sponsorship of the French toy-store chain La Grande Récré. --------------------

  • du 23/07/2013 au 05/01/2014