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La Figuration narrative dans les collections publiques

The Narrative Representation in the public collections
From december 21 2005 to march 19 2006
Contemporary art
The exhibition unveils for us the most significant works of the narrative figuration movement, born in 1964 and instigated by Bernard Rancillac and Hervé Télémaque. The artists wished to offer an alternative to the various abstractions that dominated the international artistic scene at the time. Other painters quickly joined them: Monory, Fromanger, Cueco or even Adami.

Musée des beaux-arts d' Orléans

Place Sainte-Croix
1, rue Fernand Rabier
45000 Orléans - France

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Hours :
Horaire(s) d'ouverturefrom 10 am to 6 pm
Armistice Day 1918 (november, 11), Bastille Day (July, 14), New Year`s Day, Labour day (May, 1st), , Christmas Day, Victory Day 1945 (May, 8)
Be careful, these opening hours are available from January 2, 2008

Admission :

Concessions : 2.5 €
Admission fee : 4 €
Valerio Adami, Il gile di Lenine, 1972, Paris, Musée national d’art moderne, centre Pompidou, Photo CNAC/MNAM Dist. RMN/© Reserved rights
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