The exuberant years. Modigliani, Picasso and Dalì in Paris 1918-1933

This exhibition is taking place in Ferrara, at Palazzo dei Diamanti and I’m going to visit it on Friday 11th November.

It should be a really interesting one: rich of masterpieces of Monet, Matisse, Mondrian, Picasso, Braque, Modigliani, Chagall, Duchamp, De Chirico, Miró, Magritte and Dalí, who were the main actors in this period of exceptional artistic vitality with Paris as centre stage after the Great War.
In these “mad years”, liberal attitudes, the intellectual ferment, the cosmopolitan atmosphere, the theatres, the coffee bars and the art galleries drew musicians, writers, choreographers, film makers and artists from all over the world to the French capital in search of fame and fortune.

Do you like this kind of exhibition? Which artist do you like the most?

I’ve always found Picasso was one of the most fascinating and complex artists but I’m ready to be surprised and wowed by all the other artists.

I’ll tell you more about that in two Fridays!

Photo Courtesy of bologna.repubblica.it
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