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PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS DE LILLE

PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS DE LILLE

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08.04.2014 > 16.07.2017
OPEN MUSEUM #4 : ALAIN PASSARD


‘I cultivate my vegetables to tell a story, from the seed to the plate’ Alain Passard

In addition to music, humour and cartoons, the Palais des Beaux-Arts welcomes gastronomy and three starred chef Alain Passard to the OPEN MUSEUM 2017. Through his passion for gardening, he continues to create tasty recipes for every season. Paintings, sculptures, videos and contemporary installations as you walk through the rooms will display the sources of inspiration, tastes, movements, and even the sounds, that you would experience in his renowned restaurant. He invites you to take a journey into the world of art, a journey which will provoke surprise and awaken the senses.
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14.10.2017 > 21.01.2018
JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLET


"L'Angélus" is undoubtedly, with "La Joconde", the most famous painting of Western art. But paradoxically, the entire work of Jean-François Millet (1814-1875) is today unknown.

The great international retrospective organized in 2017 at the Lille Fine Arts Museum, the first since 1975, will bring to light a profoundly inventive artist and admired by the avant-garde. For too long labeled "the painter of rural life", his paintings and drawings reveal above all the sensitive and poetic universe of an outstanding painter.

Directly inspired by the myth of open spaces and the conquest of the New World, "Millet USA", the contemporary part of the exhibition, explores the American posterity of the artist through the works of poets, painters, photographers and Filmmakers, from Edward Hopper to Patti Smith, Dorothea Lange, Terrence Malick and Mat Collishaw.

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