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Modern Masters

Deeper inside the fair, Di Donna has one of the most notable and noticeable booths. Painted a deep blue and entered through a small arcade, the presentation is a continuation of their current gallery show, “Moon Dancers: Yup’ik Masks and the Surrealists.” On display here is a canvas painted by Francis Picabia in 1946 depicting a crude postwar monster, alongside works by Ernst, Yves Tanguy and Miró, paired with oddly simpatico masks from the central coast of Alaska.

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