Art & Culture
Art from a lost world: Foundation Cartier shows Sally Gabori in Paris
It's never too late to reinvent yourself and indulge in old or new passions. Sally Gabori is not only an unusual woman and artist, but also the best proof of this philosophy, as Gabori still took up her paintbrush at the age of 81. Until her death at 91, she worked on an impressive body of work as a testimony to her homeland and her life. The Fondation Cartier is currently dedicating itself to this impressive œuvre and is showing works by the Aboriginal artist Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda, her tribal name, which translated means "dolphin".