1 Oct → 23 Feb 2020
From Tue to Fri from 10 am to 6 pm. Sat & Sun from 9:30 am to 6 pm. Nocturnal Thur until 11pm. Closed Mon.
The next exhibition at the Picasso Museum will focus on the master's "magic paintings". But why magic? Why are they called that? In fact, between the summer of 1926 and the spring of 1930, Pablo Picasso produced a vast collection of paintings that art critic Christian Zervos named "magic paintings" in 1938. These are works with strange figures through which Picasso experiments with different plastic forms and opens a new chapter in his creation. Here the power of "Guernica" is already announced. The exhibition brings together in an exceptional way a large number of these unique works, now scattered throughout the world, placing them in the context of surrealism and contemporary psychoanalytical trends.