"Coffee, cotton, chocolate, 300 years of negotiations" at the musées d’Art et d’Histoire, Le Havre.
Presented over three different sites (including the Dubocage and Bléville museum, the maison de l’Armateur and the Graville Abbey), this exhibition offers chocolate lovers a chance to find out more about the fascinating cocoa industry, from the 18th century to today in Le Havre,
which alone feeds/supplies France’s chocolate consumption. Paintings, photographs, drawings, decorative and table art objects allow visitors a clearer understanding of the face behind the trading chocolate brands and their influence over the transformation of the port of Le Havre into what it is today. Workshops and conferences are organised in parallel, in order to enrich the course of your visit.
Until 8th November. B.D www.lehavre.fr