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Picasso’s Women

Hazel Smith flicks through the artist's little black book to reveal the wives and mistresses who inspired some of the most famous paintings of...

Book Review: Musée Picasso Paris by Anne Baldassari

Anne Baldassari, former President of the Musée Picasso Paris, presents this comprehensive volume covering all aspects of Picasso’s artistic career, from self-portraits to sculpture...

Finding Dora Maar: Building a Portrait of the Artist

A chance find in a second-hand Hermès address book led to a journey deep into the day-to-day life of one of the 20th century’s...

Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet at the Met Museum in New...

Picasso’s portrait of Gertrude Stein from the Met Collection will be on display beside Vallotton’s version of Stein. Painted portraits, luminous landscapes, and interior narratives...

Prehistory, a Modern Enigma at the Centre Pompidou

This extraordinary exhibition ties uniting prehistory with modern and contemporary art. The collection looks at how, in the great period of crisis called ‘modernity’,...

Olga Picasso

Olga Khokhlova, a Russian set and costume designer for the Ballet Russes, married Pablo Picasso in 1917 and became his model. Told through art,...

Matisse/Odalisque Exhibition

Featuring paintings by Matisse, Bazille, and Picasso, among others, this focus exhibition explores the theme of the odalisque in European art in the 19th...

Calder – Picasso

Both Picasso and American sculptor Calder were fascinated with emptiness and dreamt up fresh new ways to capture the void. A deep-dive into the...

Worth Fauning Over…

Naking the long-awaited reopening of the Musée de Lodève, Faune fais-moi peur explores representations of its emblem, the mythical faun, from antiquity to Picasso.

The Vallauris Years

Picasso's stay in Vallauris heralded a new era of blissful experimentation and unbridled creativity, free at last from the shadow of war. In Picasso's...