Tintin and his "immersive adventure" arrive in Les Baux-de-Provence at the start of the school holidays, and until June, at least. The reporter with the powder puff does not come alone: it is the whole universe of Hergé which will be transposed to the Carrières des Lumières, from Captain Haddock with all his famous swear words, to Professor Tournesol, passing through the enemies of our hero, like Rastapopoulos.
At Carrières des Lumières, we had already innovated last year with an alternative exhibition, "Destination cosmos", different from those devoted to artists. With "Tintin, the immersive adventure" (exhibition passed by the Atelier des Lumières in Paris in 2022, Editor's note), we hit even harder, with a view to welcoming an ever wider audience. "We are targeting three generations. The entire post-war generation was fed with Tintin, so today's grandfathers will necessarily be people who will pay attention to this exhibition.