The films of Charlie Chaplin have been fascinating us since the very creation of his character ‘The Tramp’ in 1914. As the world’s first international cinema star, the actor, director and producer is also recognised as being the first to turn the cinema into a genuine art form. The exhibition parallels extracts from Charlie Chaplin's films alongside paintings, sculptures and photographs by avant-gardists who were enthusiastic about his work. Artists including, Fernand Léger, Marc Chagall and Man Ray. From Modern Times to The Great Dictator, the film-maker's interests matched those of the constructivists, surrealists and Dada artists...
Free for Pass Nantes holders and every Tuesday from 19.00 to 21.00