The death of Napoleon I on 5 May 1821, although it went relatively unnoticed in the eyes of the world, was extremely well documented by his companions in exile.
Despite the abundance of memories, letters, sketches, relics and stories, this history nevertheless includes grey areas, uncertainties, contradictions.
So many facts which reason has attempted to dissect, and gaps which imagination has hastened to bridge.
In this exhibition, we propose to examine the major themes surrounding the death of Napoleon by changing the perspectives.

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