With Claire Bernardi. Curator of Paintings at the Musée d'Orsay
Paul Gauguin's artistic universe is undeniably unique. The artist always defined himself as a lonely man, a "savage" fleeing the company of his fellow men. However, his career was marked by notable artistic and cordial encounters; although he did not want the title of teacher, he was very quickly considered the leader of a new school.
In French with simultaneous interpretation in English.
Free admission. Seating in the Auditorium is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.