The Barnes Foundation, in partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio, premieres Picasso: The Great War, Experimentation and Change. NBC10 invites you to visit the exhibition, now through May 9.
This exhibition examines the dramatic fluctuations in Picasso’s style during the period surrounding the First World War, from 1912 to 1924. The show brings together some 50 works by the artist from major American and European museums and private collections, including paintings, drawings, watercolors, and costumes designed for the avant-garde ballet, Parade; and several pieces by his friends and contemporaries.
The exhibition is curated by Simonetta Fraquelli, an independent curator and specialist in early 20th-century European art. The managing curator at the Barnes is Martha Lucy. The exhibition will travel to the Columbus Museum of Art in June 2016.
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