More than 1.2 million people saw ‘Icons of Modern Art’ at Paris’ Fondation Louis Vuitton.
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One of the world's greatest private collections of modern art is to be shown outside Russia for the time, exhibition organizers announced this week.Paris' Louis Vuitton Foundation gallery, which had a smash-hit show earlier this year with another rarely seen Russian collection of early 20th-century masters, said the paintings amassed by the Morozov brothers will shown in 2020 .More than 1.2 million people flocked to see a show called the "Icons of Modern Art" drawn from the equally eye-catching collection of Sergei Shchukin, who was once the Morozovs' great rival.
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