Modern Taste. Art Deco in Paris, 1910-1935

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Modern Taste. Art Deco in Paris, 1910-1935

The so-called 'last of the total styles', or Art Deco, comes to the Juan March Foundation as the first exhibition devoted to this movement held in Spain. An exhibition that challenges the separation imposed throughout history between fine art and decorative or applied arts, which have been relegated to lesser importance by being called 'ornamental' or Deco. The exhibition consists of about 350 objects including, among others, furniture, clothing, jewellery, photographs, ceramics, sculptures, books and magazines.

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