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L’Art en guerre, France 1938-1947

After the Nazis occupied France, Pablo Picasso could have sought exile abroad. Instead, he remained in Paris, a form of protest in itself. It was risky but the Spaniard, by virtue of his incredible fame perhaps, managed to escape the … Continue reading

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Richard Hamilton’s final exhibition announced

On the tombstone of Marcel Duchamp his epitaph reads: “D’ailleurs, c’est toujours les autres qui meurent.” Even in death, the great French Dadaist and Surrealist felt the need to confound the limits of reality. In English, the inscription translates into: … Continue reading

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