Free access is granted, on presentation of a valid proof, for:- under-18s - 18- to 25-year-olds residing in one of the countries of the European Economic Area - teachers holding the valid Education Pass and bearing the stamp of the Institution - teachers in arts history, art history, visual arts , applied arts, in operation, on presentation of a proof mentioning the subject taught - the visual artists affiliated with the House of Artists (on presentation of the membership card at the House of Artists containing the vignette of the current year or the certificate of d affiliation with the social security of visual artists) and AIAP (International Association of Plastic Arts) - job seekers and beneficiaries of social minimums (justified dated less than one year)For these free , ticket to the exhibition to be withdrawn on site. Admission free of charge without a ticket to be withdrawn on site for members (Friends of the Louvre card, Louvre patron, Louvre Professionals), disabled people and their companion. The proof of the free will have to be presented at the entrance of the exhibition. Free night on the first Saturday of the month from 6pm to 9.45pm. Please note that if you choose the store withdrawal method, the ticket must be removed from one of our withdrawal points and not at the museum. Only carry-on baggage can now access the louvre's spaces. Information: 01 40 20 53 17The Body and soulFlyfly October 22, 2020 to January 18, 2021See Napoleon's hall.Thanks to more than 150 works, this exhibition outlines the main lines of force that travel throughout Italy during the second half of the Quattrocento, culminating in a peak of Renaissance sculpture at the beginning of the 16th century and, at the same time, , Of Italian art: what is called the "Modern Way" (according to Vasari). The representation of the human figure in the diversity of its movements then takes extremely innovative forms. This research on expression and feelings is at the heart of the efforts of the greatest sculptors of the period, from Donatello to one of the most famous creators in history, Michelangelo.The exhibition also proposes to discover less reputable artists, to admire works difficult to access by their place of preservation (churches, small communes, exhibition situation in museums), in order to bring them back to light , but also in context Access to the permanent collections, the exhibition "The Body and the Soul", and the Eugène Delacroix Museum.