The exhibition focuses on the survival of the European artistic avant-garde who had settled in Paris during the First World War (1914-1918), and their response to the anxiety, pain and danger signified by this major conflict: the development of an artistic movement that built on cubist aesthetics incorporating architectural elements, based on stability and wholeness. Read more.
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