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Les fossiles et l’évolution

En découvrant, en préservant et en étudiant des fossiles des quatre coins du monde, nos paléontologues apprennent comment les formes de vie ont évolué. Mieux nous saisissons les lois de l’évolution et son histoire, mieux nous comprenons que la place des êtres humains dans le réseau du

La mode et les textiles

La production de textiles joue depuis la préhistoire un rôle fondamental dans notre univers. Explorez la richesse des textiles et costumes de tous les pays, et faites appel à l’expertise de nos conservateurs et restauratrices. Le ROM possède 50 000 objets fragiles. Le renouvellement des

Les arts et cultures du monde

Vous trouverez au ROM des collections d’art, de culture et d’histoire qui comptent parmi les plus vastes et les plus éclectiques au monde. Nous possédons en effet des dizaines de milliers d’artéfacts de provenances diverses: le berceau de la civilisation dans le Croissant fertile,

In Conversation with Sebastião Salgado

In Conversation with Sebastião Salgado

World renowned photojournalist Sebastião Salgado visits the ROM to discuss GENESIS, a photographic essay eight years in the making. Sebastião Salgado was born on 8 February 1944 in Aimorés, Minas Gerais, Brazil. He lives in Paris, France. Salgado has travelled to over 100 countries for his

Curators in conversation: Dr. Deepali Dewan & Dr. Deborah Hutton discuss work on the Dayal exhibit.

Curators in conversation: Dr. Deepali Dewan & Dr. Deborah Hutton discuss work on the Dayal exhibit.

Raja Deen Dayal (1844 – 1905) was the first Indian photographer to earn international renown. Noted for remarkable beauty, aesthetic nuance and technical skill, Deen Dayal's photographs capture the architectural heritage of India, its landscape and people, and provide a lens through which we

Curators in Conversation: Dr. Deepali Dewan & Rahaab Allana speak about the Dayal exhibit

Curators in Conversation: Dr. Deepali Dewan & Rahaab Allana speak about the Dayal exhibit

Raja Deen Dayal (1844 – 1905) was the first Indian photographer to earn international renown. Noted for remarkable beauty, aesthetic nuance and technical skill, Deen Dayal's photographs capture the architectural heritage of India, its landscape and people, and provide a lens through which we

Curators in conversation: Dr. Deborah Hutton & Vikas Chand Jain, great great grandson of Dayal

Curators in conversation: Dr. Deborah Hutton & Vikas Chand Jain, great great grandson of Dayal

Raja Deen Dayal (1844 – 1905) was the first Indian photographer to earn international renown. Noted for remarkable beauty, aesthetic nuance and technical skill, Deen Dayal's photographs capture the architectural heritage of India, its landscape and people, and provide a lens through which we

Kenneth Harrigan and Flavia Redelmeier Honoured

Kenneth Harrigan and Flavia Redelmeier Honoured

Hundreds of ROM supporters gathered at the Museum on May 8, 2013 for the Chairs’ Reception, hosted by Won J. Kim, Chairman of the ROM Board of Trustees and Robert E. Pierce, Chairman of the ROM Board of Governors. The annual event celebrates philanthropy at the Museum, acknowledging donors,