Monday in photos

Jan. 28: Early morning walks, reflections at the zoo, fashion in India

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Alex Jacobs a staff member of the Tate Britain stands next a series of photographs of Kurt Schwitters reciting the tone poem Ursonate, in 1944, at the Tate Britain gallery in London, Monday, Jan. 28, 2013. 'Schwitters in Britain' is the first major exhibition to examine the late work of Kurt Schwitters, one of the most important artists of European Modernism. The exhibition is the first to examine his British period, from his arrival as a refugee in 1940 until his death in Cumbria in 1948 and brings together over 150 collages, assemblages and sculptures many shown together for the first time. Schwitters is best known for his pioneering use of found objects and everyday materials in abstract collage, installation, poetry and performance. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Photo by Alastair Grant
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