Two exhibitions set in Australia are currently to be visited in Le Havre. First, Beyond the dream in the art and history museums of Le Havre, Australia, Takes place at the Romanesque Abbey in Grove until November 17th. In addition to the pleasure of visiting an exceptional historical site, there is also the opportunity to travel, without taking a plane, to the heart of the city. From Oceania. The first part is actually dedicated to the art of Papunya, an Australian aboriginal community located in the north, and his film movement appeared in the 1970s. One can admire the 14 paintings there that show the exceptional knowledge of this community. The desire to take it to the younger generation. The second part entitled குலதா த்ஜுதா, Located in the Owner’s House and features over sixty recent works (paintings, sculptures, photographs) that offer a diversity of aboriginal art, with rare precision, an explosion of colors and abstract patterns you will not see anywhere else. Finally, the third part, which can be found in the Hotel Tobacco at Pleville, presents to the public 16 paintings with natural pigments and on the bar and produced by the communities of the Arnhem land.
The second exhibition should not be missed until November 7, Australia-Le Havre, closeness of a merger (1801-2021) Attracting young and old. It can be found at the Museum of Natural History in Le Havre. There are more than 220 works by the painter and traveler Charles-Alexander Lesur Thus shared, for some first time. Between science and the arts, an exhibition that invites you to discover distant lands and opens up a dialogue between the past and the present.
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