Madrid_Private visit to "Lost, Loose and Loved: Foreign Artists in Paris", Reina Sofía Museum, hosted by IE Foundation
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This show explores the contribution of foreign artists who, after the Second World War, were working in Paris, a city which still preserved a certain aura surrounding its mythical modern embodiment as a “City of Light” in the 19th century. Paris at that time, rebuilding politically, socially and economically after the war, was trying to revamp the old image of the “School of Paris”, which had always relied upon the contribution of émigré artists for the development of a modern discourse. Paris was seen as a place of freedom, where individual personalities and identities were allowed and encouraged and, equally, measured meticulously according to a form of Cartesian restraint.
Dress Casual (jeans ok)
Calle de Santa Isabel, 52