Gauguin: Metamorphoses review – ‘Forceful, disturbing, obscene’

A new exhibition at New York’s MoMA totally rethinks Gauguin’s work by focusing on his drawings – dark, bizarre and much more challenging than his lush Tahitian paintings, writes Jason Farago

Keith Wayne Brown‘s insight:

What more, you may ask, can there be to learn about Paul Gauguin: the self-styled savage of French painting, who abandoned Europe but revolutionised European art? Quite a bit, it turns out.

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