The Roman exhibition presents about 90 paintings and 30 drawings by Tamara de Lempicka. Through 50 original photographs - some of which are new - the document outlining the "character" Tamara, almost always portrayed as a '30s movie star. The exhibition also features two films of the thirties in which Lempicka is placed in front of the camera and 13 paintings by Polish artists who attended in France and Warsaw period.
Tamara de Lempicka was an artist of great culture, arts, used to mix art of the past references and imagery of various currents and roots: French and Russian Cubo-Futurism, "return to order" Italian, "magical realism" German "realism" of Poland.
The artist impresses with strong colors, shapes, eye-catching and different expressions, from photography to painting to the poster. Tamara Lempicka currently is one of the most famous and popular artists of the Art Deco period.
Location: Altar of the Fatherland Museum
Hours: From 10:00am to 18:00pm, Closed on Monday