Picasso, Miró and Dalì founded the modern art movement in Spain, but what did the trio paint before
they were famous? “Angry Young Men: The Birth of Modernity”
, at Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi, answers the question with an exhibition dedicated to the artists’ early work. From Picasso’s Blue Period to Dalì’s uber-realistic paintings, the exhibit, which runs through July 17, is an in-depth look at budding prodigy.
Above: Miro’s The Bridge, 1917