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Lecture 12/1/2020 06:30 PM
Is it possible to bring Picasso back? The large number of studies, publications and exhibitions about the artist does not make this return easy. Pablo Ruiz Picasso (Málaga, 1881-Mougins, 1973) has been portrayed in very different manners, appearing to be a different artist according to how he is explained in relation to the story of isms or how he considered himself and his own work.
Picasso’s private and public life, and his incessant productiveness were framed by crucial points in the twentieth century. The Picasso of 1900 is not the same as that of 1914 nor 1923. The artist had the extraordinary capacity to survive and adapt to the profound changes of each stage of this century. No other artist of his time, with the exception of Marcel Duchamp, had the same capacity or good fortune.
This series of three lectures, delivered by the Professor of Art History of the Universidad de Málaga Eugenio Carmona, aims to address the various-known Picassos.