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With over two million visitors in three years, la Pinacothèque de Paris has established itself on the French cultural scene. This artistic complex, became essential, providing visitors with 5000 square meters of exhibitions, as well as educational activities and cultural events such as the recently exhibited artwork of Van Gogh that ended on March 17th 2013.
The newest exhibition to be featured at the Pinacotheque de Paris is the artwork by Tamara de Lempicka, Queen of Art Deco, from April 18th 2013 to September 8th 2013 in Paris, France. The exhibit allow visitors to discover the first retrospective of the Art Deco movement in evolution through one of its icons, Tamara de Lempicka.
Tamara is contemporary Art Deco. She creates her finest works from 1925 to 1935. Her career and life are related to the movement that it is the most famous representative. Illustration of the Roaring Twenties, a lifestyle, a form of worldliness and creative freedom of thought and it takes a very particular style which gives it a place quite apart in modern art. Unclassifiable, yet she signs the finest masterpieces of Art Deco.
The Pinacotheque de Paris, in collaboration with Victoria De Lempicka, daughter and heir to the Estate and Marilyn Goldberg, President of Museum Masters, chooses today to show the work of Tamara and illustrate how this artist through her work but also her personality and unclassifiable ambiguous, will stick perfectly to the period it represents. Thank you to Gioia Mori, curator and leading expert on Tamara de Lempicka, Marilyn Goldberg, president of Museum Masters International and Victoria de Lempicka, president of Tamara Art Heritage for their work, expertise and assistance to realize this project. Special thanks to all the private and institutional collectors around the world for their generosity and support.
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