In parallel with the exhibition Cats and Girls—Paintings and Provocations at the Metropolitan Museum of New York (until December 21), Balthus is the subject of an exhibition of photographs at Gagosian Gallery. Balthus: The last studies reveal for the first time a series of Polaroids that introduce the viewer into the privacy of the French painter and inform on his daily creation.
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