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Toulouse Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre exhibition

Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre

Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre will bring the sights and sounds of Lautrec’s thrilling Bohemian Paris to life. The exhibition will revisit the ‘street art’ of the era showcasing over 80 works by Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, Steinlen and more. 

Evening events unique to this exhibition will echo the joie de vivre of the Belle Époque and Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris. These will feature music and entertainment to celebrate how visual art, music and dance were intertwined in this thrilling era. The Gallery will give everyone the chance to participate, with a multilingual audio guide, music from the era, a display of personal items from the performers and a dressing up area.

This exhibition is kindly supported by Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants, our 131 Art Happens donors, and the Friends of the Victoria Art Gallery.

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Lunchtime Exhibition Tours
Every Thursday, 20 February to 7 May inclusive, 12.30pm-1pm. Free to Discovery Card and ticket holders.

The Performers Unmasked
Saturdays 29 February; 7 & 14 March, 12pm-3pm

Students from Bath Spa University will reveal the human stories behind the posters.

Moulin Rouge and the Masters of Montmartre
Sunday 23 February - SOLD OUT
Sunday 17 May - tickets available

Enjoy a visit to the exhibition followed by a viewing of Moulin Rouge at The Little Theatre. £18 per person.

Louche Late Night
Saturday 11 April, 6-8pm. Tickets £12

Immerse yourself in Parisian nightlife with this exclusive late-night opening with pay bar. Meet the real life stars of 19th-century Montmartre and see the caricaturist, Sensible Pencil, in action. Tickets available now.

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Image credits: © Musée d'Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen