From February 21, the Musée de la Poste is holding a retrospective of the painter Bernard Rancillac in the Espace Niemeyer in the XIXth Arrondissement in Paris. This is an opportunity to (re)discover the richness and diversity of an artist who started out as an abstract expressionist painter in the early 1960s, but who, by 1966, had radically abandoned abstraction and turned to figuration.
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