From 20th March to 20th April 2016, at the suggestion of Jacques Py and Catherine Viollet, the Jean-Collet Municipal Gallery in Vitry sur Seine is presenting a broadly based, collective exhibition centred around burlesque. Entitled bOurlesque, it brings together a mixture of works of painting, sculpture, installation, video and performance of about twenty artists under the aegis of a photographic portrait of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec dressed in a kimono and severely cross-eyed.
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