04 Jul Picasso, Obstinément Méditerranéen > Picasso Museum – Paris, June 4 – October 6 2019
Pablo Picasso, Faunes et chèvre Cannes, novembre 1959
© Pablo Picasso Faunes et chèvre Cannes, novembre 1959 Linoleum gravé à la gouge Premier plateau (ciel), Ier état, deuxième plateau (paysage), Ier état épreuve sur papier 53 x 63,5 cm Musée national Picasso-Paris Dation Pablo Picasso, 1979 © RMN-Grand Palais / Thierry Le Mage © Succession Picasso 2019
What links did Pablo Picasso maintain with the Mediterranean space?
This exhibition gives an overview of the life and work of Pablo Picasso in the Mediterranean by showing the richness of links uniting Picasso with this geographical area. Thanks to innovative audio-visual equipment and a collection of exceptional works, the exhibition allows us to contemplate the Mediterranean of the Spanish artist in a poetic and immersive way, from the landscapes he painted of the ports in Malaga and Barcelona to the works of his later years, via Antibes and Vallauris in the sun-drenched Midi.