French Artist Serge Gainsbourg’s Private Residence Opens To General Public

The many eclectic forms of personified art displayed by the late French multi-talented artist, Serge Gainsbourg, have become even more available recently as their private residence has been opened to the public according to a video posted by No Comment TV recently.

Some of the works by the internationally recognized Gainsbourg have been interpreted mostly as music concerning the genres of jazz to pop rock, but was also involved in other avenues such as acting and directing in the film industry. Below, you can see some footage of what the artists personal residence looked like upon its opening to the public.


Some of Gainsbourg’s musical pieces were considered revolutionary for the time period, for example their 1971 concept album album entitled Histoire de Melody Nelson, which scored incredibly high globally. Below, you can stream a piece from that record entitled “Cargo Culte”.


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