“The Jazz Age in Paris” by Serge Guilbaut and René Urtreger
Fonds de dotation Jean Jacques Lebel. Imagen cedida por el Museo Reina Sofía
Enrico Baj, Roberto Crippa, Gianni Dova, Erro, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Antonio Recalcati, “Grand tableau antifasciste collectif”, 1960, oil on canvas, 400.5 x 497cm
Imagen cedida por el Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
Wassily Kandinsky, "Around the Line", 1943, oil on cardboard, 42 x 57.8 cm
The exhibition set in Paris focuses on the contributions of different international artists to global culture, through works from the post-war period.
“Lost, Loose and Loved. Foreign Artists in Paris, 1944–1968” explores the contribution of foreign artists such as Picasso, Jean Tinguely, Palazuelo and John-Franklin among others, who worked in Paris after the Second World War. From the perspective of these artists, Paris was considered a place of freedom where individual personalities and identities were allowed.
In connection with the “Lost, Loose and Loved. Foreign Artists in Paris, 1944–1968” exhibition, the Reina Sofia National Art Museum has organised a short lecture by art historian and exhibition curator Serge Guilbaut entitled “The Jazz Age in Paris”. This event aims to examine the complex story of national identity and cultural policies in the post-war period, through jazz and its relationship with modern art.
- Date: From Nov 20, 2018 to Nov 22, 2019
Calle Santa Isabel 52
28012. Madrid (Madrid Region)
Schedules and prices
- From Nov 20, 2018 to Nov 22, 2019
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