The exhibition “Realism(s) in Catalonia 1917-1936” explores how some artists opted for a renovation of their artistic language without renouncing figuration.
This show in the Barcelona museum reinterprets the different facets of the artist from the point of view of ten contemporary creators. The political Picasso, the passionate Picasso and the intellectual Picasso, all covered in the story which unfolds under the curatorship of Rosa Martinez.
As the twentieth century progressed, the portrait became increasingly sidelined when not directly condemned.
The MNAC has just opened two new halls dedicated to Catalan art from 1940 to 1980.
Jaume Sabartés, at certain times proved to be a solid part of Picasso’s daily life.
“Picasso – Picabia. Painting in question” is one of the best artistic exhibits this year.