Known as one of Picasso's women - Dora Maar was a great photographer. In the 1930s, she became famous for creating provocative photomontages on the border of surrealism. Later, she also photographed the stages of creating "Guernica" from 1937. Maar is one of the icons of the Parisian avant-garde, and her work is now more and more played. The exhibition at Tate Modern is trying to show the context of her work the eyes of her contemporaries.
|Start date||2019-11-20 10:00:00|
|End date||2020-03-15 22:00:00|