The forever moving life of Christine Boumeester was ponctuated by exile, retreats and a personal Odyssey, flavoured with the Orient where she was born when Europe occupied the world, engraved with adventures directed by her great life story and their meeting with ow legendary and sacred monsters.
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|Author||Numa Hambursin, Hanna Baudet|
|Publisher||In Fine / Ville de Cannes|
|Number of pages||88|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||280 x 240|
|Technique(s)||Illustrations : 73|
|Museum||Centre d’art La Malmaison, Cannes|
Nourished by a long-lasting love affair with a whimsical and demonstrative painter, Henri Goetz, with whom she formed a pardoxical couple – the silences of one, the outbursts of the other – and their undoubted inseparability, her existence was punctuated by secret and fascinating writings, guided by a personal longing for freedom which portended the aspirations of a generation who wished to be freed from restraint. Her life could be considered one of the most romatic of any artist of the 20th century.
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