Picasso Show on the Move

With the Musée National Picasso in Paris closed until 2012 for renovations, more than 150 paintings and sculptures by the artist have been on the road. First U.S. stop: Washington state. The trove is virtually all from Picasso’s personal collection of his own works, which reflect how he hoped to shape his own legacy. One example: “Two Women Running on the Beach” (1922).

2 Women Running on the Beach, Picasso, 1922

Seattle Art Museum director Derrick Cartwright says this is the first Picasso show of this scale ever in Seattle, Oct. 8-Jan 17, Seattle Art Museum. The exhibit later will travel to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the de Young Museum in San Francisco.

From: Wall Street Journal, Arts and Entertainment, by Candace Jackson



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