- Wander a stunning 16th-century palace filled with some of the greatest works of the 20th century
- Get to know the art of Picasso, with over 200 original works
- Explore the permanent and temporary exhibitions with an informative audio guide that helps contextualize Picasso's paintings with informative biographical storytelling
You might think that two artists, from radically different backgrounds, working with entirely different media, on opposite sides of the world, might approach the creative process differently. But great minds think alike!
Calder-Picasso examines the creative resonances between two 20th-century art titans: American sculptor Alexander Calder, and Málaga-born artist Pablo Picasso. Presenting over 100 works of art, this exhibition uncovers their shared artistic sensibility, born out of the new possibilities for freedom and violence ushered in by modernity. This shared sensibility manifests most conspicuously in each artist's exploration of the void, or, the absence of space.
Arguably the most influential painter of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso pioneered entirely new ways to express the human condition with art. His creative visions quite literally shifted the art world's perspective forever, and his work continues to inspire and challenge new and old ways of thinking and creating. Grab a ticket to the Picasso Museum in his hometown of Málaga, and discover over 200 of his legendary works in a beautiful 16th-century palace, nestled in the historic old town.
To art nerds, Picasso is a revolutionary whose distorted lines and forms created completely new ways to think about artistic representations of the world. Raw, abstract, and sometimes grotesque, his work is also perhaps the most misunderstood and caricatured of any artist in history.
Whether you're a Picasso fanatic or are simply curious to find out what all the fuss is about, the Picasso Museum in Málaga will blow you away. Housed inside the stunning Palacio de Buenavista, the museum provides the perfect way to connect with Picasso's art, tracing his journey from a trainee painter to a global phenomenon.
Explore the breadth of Picasso's extensive oeuvre, with over 200 of his works presented alongside intriguing biographical information that helps contextualize and shed light upon all those square-like shapes and distorted figures.
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Free admission on Sundays for the last 2 hours (entry up to 30 min before closing time); 28 Feb; 18 May; 27 Sep.