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Friday 12 April, again at 9.00 pm, at ETRA - Studio Tommasi - the fourth meeting will be held with art historian Elisa Gradi who will talk about Paul Gauguin, a fugitive poet in a lost paradise, who left everything at the age of forty-three to follow his primitive inspiration and reinvent western painting. It is in fact the first of April 1891 when he leaves Marseille for Tahiti, in Polynesia. In the Tropics, Gauguin will remain there almost continuously until his death. Twelve years of desperate and feverish search for authenticity, total immersion in lush nature, sensations, visions and colors each time more pure and bright will be.
We remember the last two appointments:
Friday, April 26th Edward Munch between anxiety and passion: the human crisis of the western world and his evil of living, and on Friday 3rd May Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele and the exploration of the unconscious: art defies conformism.
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The meetings are limited: 35 participants selected according to the order of arrival of the registrations. They are proposed with short conversations and images that run through life and stimulate sharing through art.
Etra Gallery - Studio Tommasi
via della Pergola 57, Florence
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