As she is fascinated by the figure of Gorgon, the artist has gathered a range of forms, plants and animals inspired by Dardé's work and the life of Medusa. The exhibition thus offers a sensitive and playful stroll through plant and mineral installations (stoneware and porcelain), like a cabinet of curiosities inspired by a botanical and mythological imagination.
The second exhibition space presents the fabulous illustrations of Shakespeare's Macbeth that Paul Dardé produced in 1931. Lady Macbeth, a woman transformed by her quest for power, holds a prominent place.
Guided tours in French, common to both exhibitions, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 15:30
1 place Francis Morand
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