Henri Matisse is a giant of modern art. The Tate Gallery has an interesting exhibition that explores the final chapter of his career, which began “carving into color” and the birth of a series of spectacular cuts. The show is a unique opportunity to see many of his works in one place. Dancers, circus scenes and a famous snail, the joint exhibition of 120 works produced between 1936 and 1954. Lush and often large-scale cuts have an attractive simplicity with amazing creative sophistication.
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