Experience Gauguin’s Tahiti this winter in Canberra

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Experience Gauguin’s Tahiti this winter in Canberra

Paul Gauguin’s famous visions of Tahiti return to the Moana/Pacific in an exclusive exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Kamberri/Canberra this winter.

Tickets to Gauguin’s World: Tōna Iho, Tōna Ao are now on sale. From 29 June – 7 October 2024, visitors can experience the largest exhibition of Gauguin’s work ever to be presented in Australia.

Featuring over 130 works, the exhibition has been curated by Henri Loyrette, formerly director of the Musée d’Orsay and president-director of the Musée du Louvre. The exhibition traces Gauguin’s artistic journey and global travel – from his Impressionist beginnings in 1873 to his final destination in French Polynesia.

Drawn from 65 private and public collections across the world, this ambitious exhibition brings together important examples of Gauguin’s painting, drawing, engraving, sculpture and the decorative arts, along with cultural items from the Musée de Tahiti et des Îles. Visitors have the rare opportunity to experience these works together, consider new insights about the art and life of Gauguin, and view works which have never before been exhibited in Australia.

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