Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States.

Wild Souls is a result of collaboration between the states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and is part of the international cultural programme celebrating the centennial of the Republic of Estonia.
Between April and July of this year, the exhibition of the art of the three Baltic states, Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States, was held in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and was seen by approx  250,000 visitors.
The exhibition displays almost 150 works of distinguished Baltic countries artists, dating from the late 19thcentury up to the 1930s, and the works of the majority of these artists are being shown outside their country for the first time.
The head curator - Rodolphe Rapetti, the outstanding French researcher of Symbolism.
You can visit the exhibition at Kumu until the 03 Feb 2019; To read more about this exhibition follow the link Kumu.
Watch the Musée d'Orsay's video here

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