Tag Archive: Pablo Picasso

Flammarion publishes Picasso-Giacometti

  Flammarion publishes a brilliant exhibition catalogue for Picasso-Giacometti, presented at the Picasso Museum in Paris from 4 October 2016 to 5 February 2017. This show remains one of the most fascinating exhibitions… Continue reading

Picasso 1932. Année Erotique at Musée Picasso-Paris

  “The work that one does is a way of keeping his journal,” – Pablo Picasso. The Picasso Museum in Paris located in the exquisite Hôtel Salé – built between 1656 and 1660… Continue reading

The MoMA collection takes over the Louis Vuitton Foundation

The Fondation Louis Vuitton, located in the Bois de Boulogne, presents a landmark exhibition until 5 March 2018. Being Modern: MoMA in Paris showcases a selection of 200 masterpieces from the remarkable collection… Continue reading

When in Mallorca: stay at the unique art resort Es Revellar

If you are eager to polish your art history classes or if you’re simply looking for a hidden paradise, Es Revellar Resort, located in Majorca, the largest island in the Balearics, is for… Continue reading

Dries Van Noten inspired by Picasso

  Belgian designer Dries Van Noten recently presented his Spring-Summer 2018 collection in Paris, inspired by Picasso collages and showcasing a serene and very elegant silouhette. “I wanted to make a happy and… Continue reading

Jacquemus Spring Summer 2018

  Jacquemus’ Spring / Summer collection, staged earlier this week at the Picasso Museum in Paris during Paris Fashion Week, was safe yet sexy. Inspired by the designer’s mother (again) and titled La… Continue reading

Kevin Francis Gray in dialogue with Jean Cocteau at Villa Santo Sospir

Kevin Francis Gray (b. 1972, Northern Ireland) has generated bodies of work which address the complex relationship between abstraction and figuration. His work will be on view at Villa Santo Sospir in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France,… Continue reading

Neruda by Pablo Larraín is a masterpiece

This real episode – at least the beginning of the escape of one of the 20th century most prolific poets – inspires Director Pablo Larraín a great visual poem, composed of short, intense and dreamy scenes. In… Continue reading

Pablo Picasso: Important Ceramics, upcoming Sotheby’s sale

1881 – 1973 OVALE AVEC LE CHEVAL (A. R. 622) Terre de faïence tile, 1971, from the edition of 500, with the Poinçon Original de Picasso and Madoura stamps 150 by 150mm 5 7/8 by… Continue reading

The Picasso Museum in Paris presents “Olga”

  Opening tomorrow at the National Picasso Museum in Paris, “Olga Picasso” focuses on the period where the ballet dancer was Picasso’s muse. In 1912, Olga Khokhlova entered the prestigious and innovative Russian Ballet directed… Continue reading