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July 2017 room 419, titled Drifts and Camps: On Situationist Utopian Urbanism was inaugurated in the context of the permanent collection (Collection 2) of Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid. In this room Constant’s work acquires an important role and is displayed in dialogue with the works of other artists such as Asger Jorn, Pinot Gallizio, or Piero Simondo. 

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