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Pablo Picasso in Palazzo Forti: evolution of man and figure through his works

The paintings of Pablo Picasso are 90 and they are shown in Amo of Palazzo Forti of Verona, from 15th October 2016 from 12th March 2017. The exhibition Picasso. Figure (1895-1972) was thought by Picasso National Museum of Paris - currently the main holder of Spanish painter’s works - and it is edited by Emilie Bouvard, keeper of Parisian Museum, promoted by Verona Municipality and organized by Arthemisia Group.

The expositive itinerary proposes to audience a specific focus about development of interpretation of figure in Picasso’s art. It doesn’t miss moreover didactical itineraries for school, because young people and children allow for put in contact and understand the thinking behind the works of famous artist.

In exhibited paintings there are: Nudo seduto (from Les Demoiselles d’Avignon of 1907), Il Bacio of 1931, the Portrait de Marie-Thérèse of 1937 and the Jeune Garçon à la langouste of 1941.

In itinerary of exhibition it’s possible discover, trough works of paintings, sculptures and artworks, metamorphosis to whom the artist submitted the representation of human body: from portraits and genre painting to the new concept of figure, which made Picasso one of the greatest innovator in artistic overview of the Twentieth century.



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