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Picasso In Zagreb

The exhibition PICASSO – Masterpieces from Musée National Picasso, Paris, which is the largest and most significant exhibition of Picasso’s work in Europe, will open at the Klovic Palace art gallery in Croatia’s capital Zagreb on 14 February 2013.

The Zagreb exhibition will showcase 56 of the artist’s original works from the permanent collection of the museum, and will be by far the most comprehensive exhibition of Picasso’s works ever held in Croatia.

The exhibition will also includes 41 documentary photographs and a documentary film which help to present a detailed picture of the artist’s life

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