With the 150th anniversary of the birth of Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) coming up, works of the Russian painter, a key figure in contemporary art, comes to Madrid's CentroCentro with an exhibition that looks at his celebrated career. One of the best monographic shows on the artist in Spain, boasting a hundred pieces, is broken down into four sections of Kandinsky's career, from his early years in Germany, through his time in Russia, and ending with his stay in France – specificially, Munich, 1896-1914, Russia 1914-21, Bauhaus 1921-33, and Paris 1933-44. A highlight on the art calendar in Madrid.


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