In The City of Light: Paris, 1850-1920

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JACQUES-HENRI LARTIGUE
BOIS DE BOULOGNE, 1911: A KALEIDOSCOPE OF IMPRESSIONS.
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Cost: $18.50+
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CRITIC’S PICK: The High describes this exhibition as an illustrated guide through the architecture, people and culture of the dynamic, visionary French capital during the latter half of the 19th century into the 20th century. Artists such as Théophile Steinlen, Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Edgar Degas, Édouard Manet, Felix Hilaire Buhot, Auguste Rodin, Honoré Daumier, and Édouard Vuillard are part of the show. “The works on view will explore Parisian life through their subjective lenses, comprising a kaleidoscope of impressions featuring the luxuries and hardships of city life, both public and private,” the museum says. Also captured are bustling street markets, absinthe drinkers in cafés, and the pursuits of beggars, buskers, and people at work. Four themes will be presented: familiar architectural landmarks, busy street life throughout the city, Parisian types and celebrities, and spectacles and entertainments, all featured in a variety of media, from prints and drawings to photographs and sculpture. “For me, the special appeal of this exhibition lies in the great kaleidoscopic variety of places, activities and people it offers to the viewer,” curator Claudia Einecke says in a press release. “Each urban view, each lively scene, provides a historical, social or psychological insight into the great city of Paris — the City of Light — as it was one-hundred-plus years ago and as it, on some levels, still is.” — Kevin C. Madigan

From the venue:

This exhibition serves as a guide through the architecture, people, and culture of the dynamic, visionary French capital during the latter half of the nineteenth century and into the twentieth century. Théophile Steinlen, Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Edgar Degas, Édouard Manet, Honoré Daumier, Édouard Vuillard, and other artists explored Parisian life through their subjective lenses, resulting in the kaleidoscope of impressions featuring the luxuries and hardships of city life, both public and private. As they immortalized the sights of Notre-Dame, dancers at the Folies Bergère, and the promenading bourgeoisie on the boulevards, they also captured bustling street markets, absinthe drinkers in cafés, and the pursuits of beggars, buskers, and the working class. Through prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures from the High’s rich holdings and significant loans from local private collections, this exhibition is an intimate exploration of the paradigmatic modern metropolis that is the City of Light.
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