France Kicks Off WWI Centennial with Picasso at the Pompidou

France Kicks Off WWI Centennial with Picasso at the Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou Metz is marking the centennial of WWI with “1917,” a new exhibition running through September 24. It’s the kickoff event in a series of international commemorations of the Great War and will feature Picasso’s largest work (pictured), a 33-foot-by-33-foot canvas stage curtain made for the controversial ballet “Parade.” Don’t miss Chagall, Rodin, Klee, and the two hundred other artists represented in this highly anticipated retrospective.

Tina Isaac is Travel + Leisure’s Paris correspondent.

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