Tatyana Franck, who, at a mere 30, steers the destiny of the future Musée de l’Elysée, located at the heart of a new museum campus near the Lausanne train station, and whose precocity is equaled only by her tenacity, received us with welcoming simplicity. There is no doubt that her organizational energy is going to do wonders in what has become a very competitive landscape, where the Vaud institution is going to face many challenges following the departure of Sam Stourdzé.
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