Three concurrent exhibits on the relation between art and hunting.
This year, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature presents three concurrent installations on the relation between art, safaris and hunting trips. In the first room, Louis Tinayre’s paintings from treks he made with Albert 1, Prince of Monaco depict lavish nineteenth century hunts, while in other rooms various contemporary artists show pieces on the same theme. Side by side with these works, the museum looks at the representation of hunting in comic books.
TRANSLATION: HUW OLIVER