Tag Archive: Picasso

Guernica at Musée national Picasso-Paris

  Following the 80th anniversary of the fragile painting Musée national Picasso-Paris in partnership with the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía focuses on Picasso’s most political artwork Guernica, with an exhibition… Continue reading

Sotheby’s to offer portrait of Picasso’s sleeping beauty, Marie-Thérèse Walter

  Pablo Picasso’s beautiful painting Le Repos (1932) remains the highlight of the auction House’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale, to be staged in New York on 14 May 2018. A stunning and… Continue reading

Jennifer Sliwka

  Featuring major loans with prestigious provenances, including Pablo Picasso’s Las Meninas (Infanta Margarita María), Olafur Eliasson’s Room for One Colour, Etienne Moulinneuf’s Back from the Market,  Malevich’s Black Square and many more treasures, ‘Monochrome’,  an exhibition… Continue reading

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

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

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

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

Picasso’s greatest works will be brought together at Tate Modern in 2018

Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy, Tate Modern’s first solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work ever staged, will open on 8 March 2018 in the Eyal Ofer Galleries. Curated by Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of… Continue reading

John Booth

John Booth is a  very talented Hackney-based artist who graduated from Central Saint Martins, where he is now an Associate Lecturer in Fashion. His vivid work covers the full spectrum of media including ceramics and… Continue reading