Etude pour Guernica (Tête de cheval), Pablo Picasso, Paris, 2 mai 1937, © Musée de la Reine Sofia, Madrid/ Succession Picasso

There is so much still to discover about the fascinating work of this prolific artist. Here, a trio of stand-out exhibitions dedicated to Pablo Picasso at three different venues in France.

GUERNICA

Following the 80th anniversary of Guernica, the Musée National Picasso-Paris, in partnership with the National Museum Reina Sofía, presents an exceptional collection of sketches and archives to understand the history and politics of this work.

Until July 29 in Paris. For more information, visit www.museepicassoparis.fr

Pablo Picasso, femme nue au bonnet turc. Image copyright: RMNGP

PICASSO, IMAGINARY VOYAGES

This event-exhibition held in two major venues in Marseille is an invitation to travel with Picasso from the Mediterranean to the depths of Africa and examine the influence of arts and traditions on his work.

Until June 24 in Marseille. For more information, visit www.mucem.org AND www.vieille-charite-marseille.com

Pablo Picasso, Deux femmes courant sur la plage (La course), 1922, gouache sur contre-plaqué, Musée national Picasso-Paris, MP78 © Succession Picasso 2017, Musée Picasso, Paris/ Peter Willi/ Bridgeman Images

PICASSO AND THE SPANISH MASTERS

The Carrières de Lumières projects digitised masterpieces of Picasso, Goya and Sorolla onto the immense limestone surfaces of quarries.

Until January 6, 2019 in Les Baux-de-Provence. For more information, visit www.carrieres-lumieres.com

From France Today magazine

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