To renew its territorial action, the Louvre has created a new form of openness as a real location far from its Parisian base, a "Louvre Outside the walls" where everything is invented. Lens has thus emerged as the best choice both as a European crossroads, as an urban land available and as a city scarred by war as by stopping mining. The Louvre in Lens intends to participate in the revival of the territory. The Louvre in Lens, this is also another way to look at the collections, to associate another prestigious architectural framework requirements of the presentation of works and public reception. The project's architects, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa describe the building as "boats on a river that would come to hang them gently." Present two main buildings and works around a regularly updated gallery of Time, enlightened way overhead. Of 120 m. long, the Gallery of Time offers a chronology of 205 works panorama of many millennia. Transparency: is the word that translates the Louvre Lens, expose the public masterpieces that we could look far in Paris ... Transparent and open in several directions on the site, this glass box can be traversed to connect different parts of the city ... A new leg architectural vision for a new museum. The Louvre-Lens is open every day from 10h to 18h except mard, January 1st and May 1st. The museum will also open its doors open until 22h every first Friday of the month from September to June