The renowned champagne house is touring the world with the Veuve Clicquot Solaire Culture exhibition to mark the brand’s 250th anniversary. As a tribute to Madame Clicquot, aka the La Grande Dame of champagne, the free exhibition is showcasing artworks by ten influential female artists from Japan and across the world, including Yayoi Kusama and manga artist Moyoco Anno. You’ll also get to explore the brand’s historical archives, iconic objects, paintings, illustrations as well as VC music and literature.
As an experiential element to complement the exhibition, the venue is hosting a boutique offering souvenirs from the Solaire Culture exhibition, plus a pop-up restaurant. At the latter you’ll be able to sample Veuve Clicquot champagne paired with light bites from Chef Nao Motohashi of Tokyo restaurant Julia.
While the exhibition is free, you must make a time slot reservation before visiting. (And of course, entry is limited to those aged 20 years old and above).