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Pablo Picasso, “Guitarra”, 1914
Pablo Picasso, “Guitarra”, 1914
Chapa y alambre ferrosos. 77,5 x 35 x 19,3 cm
Museum of Modern Art, Nueva York
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024
Artowork of the week: “Guitar” (1914)

Pablo Picasso's Guitar (1914) marks a radical leap from the conventional sculptural tradition to a new assemblage technique.

Pablo Picasso, “Los dos hermanos”, 1906
Pablo Picasso, “Los dos hermanos”, 1906
Aguada sobre papel y cartón, 80 x 59 cm
Musée national-Picasso París
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2023
Universidad de Málaga "El catedrático de la UMA Eugenio Carmona dirige el ciclo ‘Picasso 1906. La gran transformación’ en el Reina Sofía"

The conference program features the participation of leading international researchers until next February 7.

Pablo Picasso, “Minotauro”, 1928
Pablo Picasso, “Minotauro”, 1928
Papier collé, 142 x 232 cm
Centre Pompidou, París
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024.
Life of Picasso: Picasso and Mythology

The constant presence of classical myth in Picasso's work reveals that for him, myth is a mere pretext, since he reworks it in such a personal way that the result, with few exceptions, has no connection with the original starting point.

Pablo Picasso, “Paloma”, 1949
Pablo Picasso, “Paloma”, 1949
Litografía sobre papel. 567 × 760 mm
Tate Museum
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024
Obra de la semana: “Dove” (1949)

Pablo Picasso's Paloma (Dove), painted on January 9, 1949, stands out as a symbol of peace within the artist's vast production.

Eugenio Carmona, especialista en la obra de Picasso.
Eugenio Carmona, especialista en la obra de Picasso.
SUR Digital: "The unrepeatable exhibition".

The exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of Picasso's death at the Reina Sofia, curated by UMA professor Eugenio Carmona, exceeds all expectations.

Arnold Newman, Pablo Picasso, 1954
Arnold Newman, Pablo Picasso, 1954
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024
MUNDIARIO: "Continúa el homenaje mundial a Pablo Picasso"

The Picasso Celebration 1973-2023, an initiative promoted by the Governments of Spain and France for the 50th anniversary of his death, has already registered more than 3 million visitors in the 46 national and international exhibitions that have taken place.

Pablo Picasso, “Minotauromaquia”, 1935
Pablo Picasso, “Minotauromaquia”, 1935
Aguafuerte, raspado y grattoir sobre papel, 55 x77 cm
Museu Picasso Barcelona
© Sucesión Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024
Artwork of the week: Minotauromaquia

In 1935, Picasso created Minotauromaquia on a copper plate. An engraving that has as its protagonist the Minotaur, a mythological figure born from the union of Pasiphae and a bull.

David Douglas Duncan. Pablo Picasso y Jacqueline Roque delante de Bañistas en La Garoupe en La Californie Cannes, verano de 1957.
David Douglas Duncan. Pablo Picasso y Jacqueline Roque delante de Bañistas en La Garoupe en La Californie Cannes, verano de 1957.
Museu Picasso, Barcelona. Donación David Douglas Duncan, 2013
© David Douglas Duncan’s Archive
© Sucesión Pablo Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 202
The Picasso Celebration 1973-2023 stands out in the Observatory of Culture's Annual Report

The annual report recently published by the Observatory of Culture for the year 2023 reveals the outstanding position of the Picasso Celebration 1973-2023, ranking 18th in this influential ranking.

Lee Miller, Picasso en su estudio durante la Liberación de París, Rue des Grands Augustins, 1944.
Lee Miller, Picasso en su estudio durante la Liberación de París, Rue des Grands Augustins, 1944.
© Sucesión Pablo Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2024
Europa Press: El Prado, Reina Sofía, Thyssen, Festival de San Sebastián y Guggenheim, lo mejor de la cultura en España en 2023

The Prado, Reina Sofía, Thyssen and Guggenheim museums and the San Sebastian Festival have been chosen as the best of culture in Spain in 2023, according to the Observatorio de la Cultura for the year 2023.

Life of Picasso IV. The Minotaur Years 1933-1943, John Richardson
Life of Picasso IV. The Minotaur Years 1933-1943, John Richardson
Bibliografía: “Life of Picasso IV. The Minotaur Years 1933-1943” de John Richardson

Published in 2021, The Minotaur Years 1933-1943, is the final volume in the biographical series A Life of Picasso by John Richardson, British art historian and Picasso specialist, which presents the life and work of the Malaga-born artist during a decade fraught with te