A quintessentially European masterpiece that is an ode to the value and meaning of art and evokes the history of the Louvre from the Renaissance to the Nazi occupation with playful acting vignettes from historical and mythic figures that are found roaming the museum’s corridors.
A philosophical essay on the relationship between history, war, art and art preservation that offers so many options for interpretation that by the time it is over one realises that any attempt to deal with it in earnest requires a second viewing.
Dates & Times
|Mon 16 Jan||8:45pm|
|Tue 17 Jan||6:15pm|