The show, titled, "Gauguin: Maker of Myth," features paintings, drawings, and sculptures by the French artist inspired by his travels through Europe and Tahiti. "To do something new," Gauguin said, "you have to go back to the origins, to humanity in its infancy." The show chronicles the artist's blending of fact and fable across his career.
The collection of 120 works includes some of the artist's best-known works, including "Vision of the Sermon," and "Christ in the Garden of Olives."
The show will be open until June 5.