Pinacothèque de Paris is showcasing a rare exhibition, “Edvard Munch or the Anti-Scream”, which is a retrospective of the work of Edvard Munch, the pioneering Expressionist painter best known for his celebrated painting “The Scream”. The exhibition displays around one hundred of the artist’s works (paintings and sketches).
The exhibition offers a fresh insight into the work of Edvard Munch, one of the most legendary but least-known artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Pinacothèque de Paris is providing art lovers in France with a wonderful opportunity to discover the vision of this great artist, using a simple approach that allows all visitors to understand why he occupies such a significant place in art history.
Munch’s works have not been shown in France for over 20 years, and this exhibition itself is temporary, until mid-summer. Located in the tony Place de la Madeleine area, it is perfectly situated near high-end gourmet shops such as Hediard, Fauchon, and fashion houses such as Ralph Lauren and Chanel
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28, place de la Madeleine
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