PARIS — Guerlain today opened to the public its modern art exhibition “Présomption d’Insouciance” (or “Presumed Insouciant,” in English) in its Champs-Elysées-based flagship here.
Caroline Messensee, the exhibition’s curator, assembled 20 diverse works by 16 artists as an exploration of the world of insouciance, described by the company as “the verdant paradise of childhood — an abstract time when the real seemed held at bay and of which each of us keeps buried memories tainted with an implicit melancholy.”
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