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Picasso – Rodin
Feb 9, 2021  - Jan 2, 2022

Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) are two of the world's most revered artistic minds. Their mastery is obvious in isolation, but Picasso – Rodin, a joint venture between the artists' Parisian museums, delves into bonds and connections you never knew they shared.

Displayed simultaneously at Musée Rodin and Paris Musée National Picasso, this exhibition details the artists' well-known connections by displaying their masterpieces side-by-side. But it also reveals some of their chance similarities in style, ethos, evolution, and experimentation, which, at different times and in different contexts, made for turning points in modern art.

Picasso: Lectures, relectures
Feb 11, 2021  - Sep 5, 2021

Pablo Picasso was a bookworm. Though it's not the trait for which we all know the pioneering master of Cubism, his passion for literature had a powerful effect on his work. Picasso: Lectures, relectures presents Picasso's masterpieces with a focus on the importance of storytelling within his art.

Alongside a portion of Picasso's personal library, visitors can trace the inspiration and creative process that went into paintings like Reclining Woman Reading, Portrait of Carlota Valdivia, and Portrait of Olga in an Armchair.

Picasso: Lectures, relectures is on display at Musée National Picasso-Paris until September 5th, 2021.

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Sep 3, 2020
Excellent
Wonderful museum. Highly recommend
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Aug 24, 2020
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Nice and smooth
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Mar 7, 2020
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Clean, nice. Wished they had a larger collection of his classic works.

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