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Tate Modern’s comprehensive exhibition of the beautiful and compelling works Matisse produced in the last 17 years of his life, by means of cutting shapes from painted paper, is nothing less than a dazzling treat. And as an informative and insightful reassessment of the cut-outs, it does much to establish their rightful place on the cutting-edge of 20th-century art...
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