For the first time in France, an exhibition is paying tribute to the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, through the story of the construction of the city of Brasilia, his masterpiece. The show runs through June 15 at the headquarters of the French Communist Party in Paris, a historic site built and furnished by Oscar Niemeyer.
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