Vaud: the MCBA and the BCU, the only rich heirs of Alice Pauli

The Canton of Vaud, the only rich heir of Alice Pauli

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In the first of its rooms dedicated to the art of the 20th centurye and XXIe centuries, the Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts (MCBA) already owes some key pieces to Alice Pauli. It’s the same in the last stage of this permanent journey which features one of the last works that the Lausanne gallery owner had given to the institution during her lifetime, this immense panel by the Italian Giuseppe Penone, composing a look with thousands of acacia thorns and entitled “A Occhi Chiusi”.

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