Art Under Nazi Occupation

The Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris is hosting L’Art en Guerre (Art at War), an exposition about the art created in France during WWII and the artists who managed to survive and even thrive during the Nazi Occupation that labeled many of them as “degenerates.” More than 400 works of art by over 100 artists, some anonymous, also include Picasso, Breton, Duchamp, Rousseau, Klee, Ernst, Matisse, Miro, Dubuffet, Braque, and Léger. The exposition includes documents and films never before presented in public. Through February 17th.

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