First exhibit in Italy for Dora Maar (alias Henriette Theodora Markovitch), who is remembered most as the lover and muse of Picasso than for her work as an artist and a photographer. But Dora Maar (Paris, 1907-1997), a woman of rare beauty and enigmatic personality, was much more than this: she was an artist in her own right, and the exhibition presented by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia at Palazzo Fortuny, aims to highlight her talent “despite Picasso”.
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