Temples of Art: Gauguin Tahitin – The Lost Paradise @ Budapest

Thursday, January, 23.2020

Urania National Film Theater

color – subtitled Italian  – educational film – 90 minutes – 2019

Director: Claudio Poli

The new episode of the Temples of Art series, which will be in cinemas from January 23, 2020, The Claudio Poli’s film follows the journey of the eternal rebel of art, tracing the essence of life and art through the cities of Paris, Brittany and Edinburgh to Tahiti and the Marquesas – a long journey made him the greatest modern artist.

In 1891, Paul Gauguin leaves Marseille and sets out for the Pacific to find a paradise on earth.

The half-hour film using an artist beloved by the local residents discover the areas and routes now legendary, which was inspired by Gauguin’s paintings became world famous. We can visit places on screen where, in bamboo and leaves, he has discovered in his own carved houses lights and colors that have changed his art forever, and the indigenous sensuality that was so great to the painter that he gave up his earlier life .

The film also visits the most famous museums in the United States, where most of Gauguin’s masterpieces are preserved: the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, and the Gauguin Museum of Fine Arts in Boston collections come alive on the screen in close-up shots of the rich in details of the series.

Q.: Did he really find it? Was there a clean, untouched world that we see in his paintings?

Mark the date … Experience by your own self  in purchasing a seat to the Urania National Fim Theater.

Distributor: Pannonia Entertainment Ltd.

Update Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris Hanlon on 09/01/2020 at 02:57

    This would be fascinating viewing, I’d love to see it.

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