Piece not seen for three decades can be glimpsed for brief period during redevelopment work

Tourists heading to Berlin for a culture fix this spring will not have to pay an entrance fee to a gallery to view the German capital’s best-kept art secret.

On the corner of Kurfürstenstrasse and Budapester Strasse, just across from the Berlin aquarium, visitors can admire a rarely seen black and white work by the pop art pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi, lost to the world for three decades until its re-emergence earlier this year.

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