Space and Temporality: Wandering Towards the Unknown Françoise Gilot’s exhibition at the Gallery-Museum of Lendava August 20 - October 28 2010

31/07/2010

The first Slovenian exhibition of Françoise Gilot (1921, Neuilly-sur-Seine / F) will open on August 20 2010 at the Gallery-Museum of Lendava.

The exhibition is primarily focusing on an exciting selection of works from Hungarian private collections, and on Gilot’s art from the past decades.
The one-man show mustering approximatively fifty paintings and paper works will be opened by the Slovenian Minister of Culture, Majda Širca. More details about the exhibition will be sent with the invitation in August. For more information: www.gml.si
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