An aesthete, placing knowledge at the heart of any project, Jacques Garcia regularly collaborates on major exhibition projects of national scope, whether permanent as at the Louvre, or temporary.

In the 2000s, he began a collaboration with the Palace of Versailles for exhibitions that revive the splendour of the court of France and participated in the refurnishing of the apartments of Mesdasmes, daughters of Louis XV’s king. As undisputed expert of the 17th and 18th centuries, the Louvre commissioned him in 2014 to create the period rooms. A unique success for the greatest museum in the world.

In parallel, Jacques Garcia has also staged operas, demonstrating his ability to embrace all the arts.

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Chambord castle – Evocation of the King Francois 1er ‘s court

Permanent scenography- June 2019


Louvre Museum – Department « Objets d’Art » of the 17th and 18th century

Permanent Scenography, June 2014

Palace of Versailles – « The Palace of Versailles tells the National Furniture» 

Exhibition September – December 2011


Palace of Versailles – « Apartments of Mesdames »

 Refurnishing of the apartments of Mesdasmes, Louis XV’s daughters


Palace of Versailles« Silver’s furniture »

Scenography of the Exhibition, November 2007 – March 2008


Gobelins gallery – « The Fame of Alexander and Louis XIV”»

Scenography, November 2008 – March 2009


The Museum of Romantic Life

Rehabilitation and scenography of the rooms


Swiss Cultural Center in Paris

Artistic collaboration with a contemporary artist: John Armelder


Park of Bagatelle, Paris – “All the Gardens of the World”

Design of the exhibition

Verdi’s Opera – La Traviata