Friday, 11 November 2016
The Hergé Exposition in the Great Palace in Paris has already attracted more than 130,000 visitors since it opened on the 28th of September last, le Parisien daily reported on Friday. An average of 3,500 visitors flock to the expo each day, dwarfing the daily tally of Picasso.mania, which had attained 2,900, but less than that of Velasquez in 2015, the Paris daily said.
The expo, held in the National Galleries of the Great Palace, continues until the 16th of January 2017. It showcases the various stages of the creative process of Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, better known as Hergé and best known for his world famous Tintin series.
The expo occupies 10 rooms covering a total of 1000 square meters.