Neo-Romantics. A forgotten moment in Modern Art 1926-1972

Musée Marmottan Monet, 2 rue Louis Boilly - 75016 Paris
From March 8, 2023 to June 18, 2023

An exhibition to discover the Neo-Romantic movement, which advocated a return to figurative art in the 20th century

Through the exhibition Neo-Romantics. A forgotten moment in Modern art 1926-1972, the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris takes a look at one of the first movements in Modern Art that favoured a return to figuration and questioned abstraction. It presents more than a hundred works from private and public collections, with painters such as Christian Bérard, Pavel Tchelitchew, Eugène Berman and his sister Léonide Berman, and Kristians Tonny and Sir Francis Rose. Formed in Paris in the 1920s, the Neo-Romantic artists travelled throughout Europe and the United States. They tried to create links between Picasso, surrealism, 20th century figurative artists and the performing arts. Showing from 8 March to 18 June 2023.
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm), until 9 pm on Thursday (last entry: 8 pm) Closed on Mondays and 1 May.
From 9 euros to 14 euros. Under 7s: free
All public


2 rue Louis Boilly
75016 Paris
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