More than one hundred works, from private and public collections, are brought together to (re)discover one of the first post-modern movements based on the questioning of abstraction and the return to the figure. Curated by Patrick Mauriès, the exhibition put the spotlight on artists who have participated to this movement, such as Frenchman Christian Bérard (1902-1949), Russians Pavel Tchelitchew (1898-1957), Eugene (1899-1972) and Leonid Berman (1898-1976) and Dutchman Kristians Tonny (1907-1977).
First gathered in Paris in the 1920s, those took part in the American, British and Italian artistic scenes, creating links between Picasso, surrealism, figurative artists from the 20th century and living arts for which they designed memorable shows.
Curator : Patrick Mauriès, author and cultural critic
8 March - 18 June 2023
Standard rate: 14 euros
Concessions: 9 euros
Under 7 : free
Available in French
and in English : 4 euros