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Imagine exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Coproduced by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco in collaboration with the Museu Picasso de Barcelona, Van Dongen, Painting the Town Fauve, is the first major retrospective of the art of Kees van Dongen (1877-1968) in North America. Presented from January 22 to April 19, 2009, it brings together some 200 works, including over a hundred paintings, as well as forty rare drawings, prints and other archival documents and photographs, and, for the first time, a dozen Fauvist ceramics. From turn-of-the-century anarchist to the "interwar painter of elegant neurosis," it is the work of a moralist that is shown here, an observer of society, from the bohemian world to the demimondaines of the "cocktail age." Also for the first time, the Museum has produced an audioguide that provides exhibition visitors with a feast for both eyes and ears, as it features musical selections reflecting the atmospheres evoked by the painter's works.

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