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Exhibition May 28 − September 29
Felix Feneon. Incomprehensible art
The museum on the Branly Quay - Jacques Chirac pays tribute to an extraordinary man, whose name is now, unfortunately, known to few. Exhibition“Felix Feneon. Incomprehensible art " talks about an important figure in the art world of the late XIX - early XX century.

The show will demonstrate the different facets of this unusual character, who combined an exemplary civil servant career with strong anarchist convictions, as well as an editor, art critic, gallery owner and exceptional collector who opened the world to Georges Seuire. The exhibition will feature exceptional paintings and drawings by Paul Signac, Amedeo Modigliani, Seurat, Degas, Bonnard, Matisse and their contemporaries.

After completing the work on the Branly Museum - Jacques Chirac, the exposition will move to the Orangerie Museum. There it will be open from October 16, 2019 to January 27, 2020 under the name “Felix Feneon. Epoch of modernism from the Søre to Matisse ".
Galleries at the exhibition
    1890, 73.5×92.5 cm
    All artworks at the exhibition