Madrid museum shows works depicting post-WWII migration in Paris

Reina Sofia Museum opens exhibit in Madrid showing WWII migration
Reina Sofia Museum opens exhibit in Madrid showing WWII migration Copyright EBU
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The Reina Sofia Museum opened an exhibition featuring more than 200 works from famous artists ranging from Picasso to Tinguely called "Paris, against all odds". It will remain open until April 22.

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The Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid opened an exhibit called “Paris against all odds” on Tuesday.

The exhibit showcases more than 200 pieces from famous artists who lived in Paris between 1944 and 1968.

Visitors will be able to see works such as “The Kitchen” by Picasso and “Wild Horses” by Karel Appel.

The works focus on migration and reconstruction in the City of Lights and remain open until April 22.

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