Launched last week, the Esprit Singulier exhibition presents the Auberive Abbey collection. Its founder and collector, Jean-Claude Volot, gathered over three decades more than 2500 works constituting one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art where singular art, figurative expressionism and folk art cohabitate and intermingle.
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