This week, Kering unveiled its support for the exhibition Illuminated Ocean presented by the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. Through this night-time exhibition, visitors can dive into the vastness of the oceans, discovering majestic, fascinating and sometimes surprising forms of life. The expo aims to raising awareness about the fragile beauty of our oceans. 50 paintings and hundreds of monumental light structures are to be discovered during a tour featuring four marine environments.
At the crossroads of the Earth sciences, life and man, the museum has been dedicated to nature and its relationship with humans for 400 years. As a patron, Kering supports the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle through its research work. This starts with a program to conserve the museum's ethnological collections, which reflect the use of nature, plant, animal and mineral resources, agriculture, hunting and fishing activities and lifestyles in specific natural environments.