LOOK: The Biggest Picasso Art Exhibit Just Opened
Artists and art enthusiasts alike are going to want to make their way soon to the largest art exhibition ever made of Pablo Picasso’s masterpieces.
Titled “Birth of a Genius,” the exhibit brings together the Spanish painter’s best work curated from Musée National Picasso-Paris spanning the first 30 years of his career, from his childhood to middle age.
Visitors will be able to find paintings, sculptures, and works on paper — some well-known and others never-been-seen-before — all of which will showcase the evident change and development in Picasso’s art style, starting with realism before making transitions to his iconic style of cubism.
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Check out some of the works that will be put on display below:
“Self-portrait” Paris, end of 1901, Oil on canvas
“Academic Study of a Plaster after the Antique” La Coruna, 1893-94, Fusain and black pencil on paper
“Head of Woman” Cannes, 1957, Painted and cut wood
“Three Figures Beneath a Tree” Paris, winter 1907-08, Oil on canvas
The exhibit will run until September 2019 at the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing.
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Photos from UCCA, via Musée national Picasso-Paris © Succession Picasso 2019
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