The exhibition Neutral Zone shows the art works from the period of the First World War.
The exhibition presents a wide range of works from different painters from that time and through their pictures visitors will have the chance to have a closer look on the war, politics and every day life in the world. The exhibition will take place in one of the most visited cities in Spain, Barcelona. It is concentrating on the most outstanding Spanish painters such as Pablo Picasso, Milo, Togores, Manolo Hugue.
At the exhibition visitors can explore the foreign painters art works as well such as Picabia, Otto Loyd, Olga Sacharova and so on who escaped to Spain, to Barcelona during the war. During the First World War the catalan painters started discovering a new style and way of painting the avant grade. All the political, cultural, the every day life tension are reflected in the works, the posters, magazines, advertising, stickers, postcards and in the cinema as well.
The exhibition Neutral Zone will take place in Barcelona at the Fundació Joan Miró. It will be shown from 25th October 2014 until 15th February 2015.
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