After a year of renovation work and just a few days before the official opening of the FIAC, le Musée d’Art Moderne has finally reopened its doors. Paris’ Museum of Modern Art is  now home to a major exhibition dedicated to one of the forerunners of abstract art: Hans Hartung. “La fabrique du geste”, curated by Odile Burluraux, presents a set of three hundred works including mostly painting, but also photographs and documents arranged in a thematic and chronological itinerary. This is the first major exhibition dedicated to the German artist – whose work spans 70 years! – since his last major retrospective in a French museum in 1969. Fabrice Hergott, director of the Museum of Modern Art and Daniel Malingre, president of the Hartung Bergman Foundation joined guests including Larry Clark, Emmanuel Perrotin, Jacques Villeglé, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Johan Creten and Pierre Assouline for a private dinner at the Bistrot de Paris …

Photos: Jean Picon
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