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Exhibitions

Braque in full flight

A retrospective at the Grand Palais shows the artist's refusal to rest on the wing

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

Georges Braque

Grand Palais, Paris, until 6 January 2014

Towards the end of his life, Georges Braque described his vision in the following terms: ‘No object can be tied down to any one sort of reality; a stone may be part of a wall, a piece of sculpture, a lethal weapon, a pebble on a beach… Everything is subject to metamorphoses.’

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