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From Kandinsky to Pollock. The Art of the Guggenheim Collections was a major exhibition that brought over 100 masterpieces of European and American art from the 1920s through the1960s to Florence. The exhibition’s narrative reconstructed the relationship between the two sides of the Atlantic through the lives of Peggy and Solomon Guggenheim. The exhibition was on view at Palazzo Strozzi, Florence from 19 March–24 July 2016
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