： (Pablo Picasso, Art, Grandmaster)
In more than seventy years of uninterrupted and genial activity, Pablo Picasso experimented with and mastered all engraving techniques. Comprising Picasso’s most famous series, the exhibition testifies how the inventiveness of the Spanish genius could translate the most disparate forms of human expression into images. His will to master all sorts of media brought Picasso to try his hands at pottery. In his hands everyday objects became works of art. Working tirelessly side by side with the artisan ceramists, Picasso created a universe of shapes and images morphing into fauns, toreadors, female figures, satyrs and into the entire bestiary that had always played such a big role in his imagination: fish, owls, goats, cockerels and horses. The exhibition presents Picasso’s most famous series, such as •La Suite des Saltimbanques (1904—1906) •Carmen (1949) •La Tauromaquia (1959) Each work is an absolute masterpiece, showing the artistic genius of Pablo Picasso.
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