The opportunity to immerse yourself in the past, at the beginning of affordable design for all with a tagline that became cult in France : «The beautiful at the price of the ugly».
Founded in 1931, the Prisunic brand is the first French company to offer collaborations with major designers to highlight everyday objects since the 1960s.
This exhibition traces in a chronological and thematic way the Prisunic adventure from its beginning to its acquisition by the Monoprix brand in 1997. This fusion is based on the same ideal which is the design accessible to all.
This retrospective spans almost a century of everyday art from the beginning of Prisunic to the present Monoprix. You will find cult pieces ranging from table art to ready-to-wear.
Since the beginning of December, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs has been offering an excursion through time around 500 emblematic works of the two companies.
Le Musée des Arts décoratifs-MAD
Carrousel du Louvre
107 rue de Rivoli
Métro Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre
RER Châtelet-Les Halles
Bus 21, 27, 39, 68, 69, 72, 95