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Rendez-vous Photo Days N°5 : Visit of the Balzac Rotunda

Literature in photography

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Thanks to Photo Days, CultureSecrets offers you a photographic trip in Paris with several physical appointments, in small groups, from January 16th to February 6th.

For this fifth meeting, Photo Days opens the doors of the mysterious Balzac Rotunda. Built by Baroness Rothschild in the garden of what was once the writer's Parisian home, this rotunda has just been renovated. For its reopening, it hosts the Suzanne Tarasiève Gallery which exhibits the works of the artist Alkis Boutlis. These spellbinding photographs are directly inspired by Balzac's mystical novels. 

Guided by Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, doctor in art history specializing in photography and director of Photo Days, discover the works of the young artist who links photography and literature. 
 

To know

The Greek artist Alkis Boutlis represents in his works subjects that plunge you into a dark universe, full of melancholy, typical of the Balzacian reflection on the relationship between thought and art. For this exhibition, the artist gives his interpretation of Louis Lambert and Séraphîta, two characters of the Human Comedy who defy scientific laws with their supernatural powers. 

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A reservation is valid for one person. Up to two reservations are possible. 
Your name will be listed on the day of the event.

And don't forget your mask. 

Wednesday, February 3rd at 2pm, the visit will last 1 hour.
Meeting at the Fondation des Artistes, Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, 11 rue Berryer - Paris 8e

Alkis Boutlis, courtesy Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève

Fondation des Artistes, Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, 11 rue Berryer – Paris 8e