Cezanne and Paris — Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, 2011
Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), whom a tenacious legend describes as the solitary and retired "Master of Aix" in Provence, never actually moved away from the capital and the Ile-de-France region. Between 1861 and 1905, he never stopped returning to it and taking inspiration from it. His work, shown in the exhibition, bears witness to these Parisian stays during which he frequented the Impressionists - Pissarro, Guillaumin, Renoir or Monet.
temporary exhibition organized by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux
surface: 450 sqm
curators: Gilles Chazal, Maryline Assante di Panzillo, Denis Coutagne
exhibition and graphic design: bgc studio
lighting: Sara Castagné