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LAST DAYS - Brassaï, Eye of Paris - MAPFRE Foundation

Hosted by the Consul of the Madrid Art Lovers Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 01 Sep 12:00 - 14:00

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Dear Art Lovers,

As this Brassaï Exhibition will finish on Sunday 2nd of September, I propose to visit it before it closes !!

We strongly advise to buy your ticket in advance from MAPFRE website : Protected content

A account must be created first in order to buy your ticket. Once your account created choose your time to enter at 12:00.

See you on Saturday !!
Kind regards, Julien


More information on the Exhibition :

After passing through Barcelona, the BRASSAÏ exhibition, an in-house production featuring the work of this great Hungarian photographer, a key figure in the history of 20th century photography, is now coming to Madrid. The show traces his career with over Protected content (period photographs, drawings, a sculpture and documentary material) and can be enjoyed in our Fundación MAPFRE Recoletos Exhbition Hall until 2 September Protected content .

Brassaï's work, already famous by the start of the Protected content , has come to be recognized as one of the cornerstones of the birth and evolution of a new trend in photography which emerged between the two world wars, transcending its purely documentary nature and restoring the concept of photography as a creative medium.

This is the first retrospective of the work of this great master organized since the year Protected content Pompidou) and the first to take place in Spain since Protected content . The exhibition has been made possible thanks to loans from some of the leading European and American institutions and private collections: Estate Brassaï Succession (Paris), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Museum of Modern Art (New York), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, ISelf Collection (London), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Nicholas and Susan Pritzker, David Dechman and Michel Mercure.

Brassaï Exhibition is a Fundación MAPFRE production.