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"Lightweight Letter" exhibition at the Richard Anacréon Museum

"Lightweight Letter" exhibition at the Richard Anacréon Museum"Lightweight Letter" exhibition at the Richard Anacréon Museum
Museum of Modern Art Richard Anacreon, Sunday, September 16 at 11:00
Guided tour of the exhibition Léger à la lettre ...

The Norman artist Fernand Léger, born in 1881 in Argentan (Orne), is revealed for a summer at the Richard Anacréon Museum of Modern Art in Granville. Light to the letter ... illuminates the painter Fernand Léger with a new light: his passion and his talent for writing, his relationships with many poets and writers of his time such as Guillaume Apollinaire, Blaise Cendrars, Andre Malraux or Paul Eluard ...

Illustrated books, magazines, correspondence, photographs and unpublished documents allow to approach the painter's intimate relationship with the text while addressing his favorite themes: the city, modernity, shows, color ...

The exhibition resonates with the collections of the Richard Anacréon Museum of Modern Art which closely mingle the fine arts and literature of the twentieth century and modern Museum of Modern Art Richard Anacréon Place de l'Isthme, 50400 Granville Manche Granville Sunday September 16, 2018

// The exhibition plays extensions //
The exhibition "Light to the letter ..." is extended until Sunday, November 4.
During the holidays of All Saints' Day you can (re) discover the exhibition.
On this occasion, two exceptional and unpublished letters will be presented to the public, thanks to the collaboration of the Parisian bookstore Le Feu Follet which generously entrusts them for the last two weeks of the exhibition ...
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