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19:31

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The Arts Society Benahavís 'deconstructs' Picasso

JANE NORRIE

The first known painting of Picasso was of a bull done when he was still a boy of eight years old and living in Malaga in the house on the Plaza de la Merced. By the time of his death in France in 1973 he had come to dominate the art world like a ... and Communication at the highly regarded University of Complutense in Madrid, and for 7 years worked at the Picasso Museum both in the education and curating departments. Perhaps more to the point one of her greatest pleasures is to help audiences ... to come to a better understanding of 20th Century art. Alejandra recognises that not every one has fallen under Picasso's spell. Hence she proposes to take the audience on a journey through his life and work giving us clues to appreciate his art

16:54

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Malaga's arts hubs, all set for a grand reopening

Antonio Javier López

The majority of Malaga city's largest and most popular museums and galleries, including the Carmen Thyssen museum, the Russian Museum, the Centre Pompidou and Museo Picasso Málaga will reopen for the first time since the start of the state of alarm ... this Tuesday, 26 May, as part of a city-wide coordinated initiative to promote the arts. While the dimensions of the Picasso-Museo Casa Natal (Picasso's birthplace) have given management a bit of a headache trying to guarantee the two-metre safety

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

...temporary exhibition," says Carmen, "and then, if we have time, we're going on to the Picasso Museum." Which is where we went next, and found Carolina Segura waiting with her parents, Sebastián and María Jesús. "It's very nice today. Everything is very ... pulse beating again," he says. On the far side of the Plaza de la Merced, Picasso is also waiting with 'Trozo de piel', the exhibition which reflects his friendship with Camilo José Cela. "We hadn't seen it and decided to make the most of this nice

16:38

LifeStyle

London's view of Picasso through paper

ÍÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

The Royal Academy of Arts in London is about to open the most complete exhibition ever to have been organised about Pablo Picasso's use of paper. There are more than 300 works, most of them on loan from the Paris museum dedicated to the Malaga-born ... presentation was attended by over 700 guests including institutional representatives, cultural agents and directors of major businesses in the UK and Spain, is chronological. Each room reflects a period of Picasso's career, accompanied by one or two important ... pictures or sculptures to underline the context. Picasso used to keep everything, say the organisers, and that resulted in there being thousands of items, including pages of newspapers upon which he used to draw when he had no other materials to hand.

21:49

LifeStyle

"Picasso reflected the changes in how we saw the world like no other artist"

Antonio Javier López

Will Gompertz is well known as one of the most influential commentators on the global art scene. Author of the bestseller What Are You Looking At?, the BBC's arts editor will be in Malaga next Wednesday to give a talk at the Picasso Museum titled ... Genealogies of Art in the Blink of an Eye. Tickets ran out fast. In your book What Are You Looking At? you design a map of contemporary art similar to a subway map. Almost a century after Barr's diagram exhibit (currently in the Museo Picasso Málaga), is a ... so. That is why artists still want their work collected and displayed in museums, which continue to have a powerful role in shaping public thought and taste. Your talk at the Museo Picasso Málaga is sold out. Do you feel part of the 'star system' of

18:07

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Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...chart-topping Education, Education, Education, and War and their most recent acclaimed album, Duck. Soundtracks of the Picasso/Fellini exhibition The Museo Picasso de Málaga held a Fellini /Picasso exhibition in 2018. Drawings, documents, films and ... photographs belonging to the Italian film director Federico Fellini were displayed alongside some of Picasso’s works and accompanied by the music composed by Nino Rota, can be listened to on the museum website: https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/ You will ... Beach Club, Paseo Maritimo El Morche. An exhibition of paintings by Irene Grant, a British artist resident in the Axarquía. The Genealogy of Art Malaga. Until 31 May. Museo Picasso Málaga. Works by Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, Paul

11:43

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Local cultural scene finds ways around quarantine with virtual tours and performances

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...virtual visits to its collection and also to some of its temporary exhibitions; the Picasso Museum in Malaga has made an audio guide available, with explanations of some of the most important works of its current show Genealogies of Art; and the Dolmens of ... the health crisis is over. Museo Picasso Málaga The Museo Picasso Málaga (www.museopicassomalaga.org) is displaying the impressive exhibition Genealogies of Art with an explanatory audio guide in various languages (selected from a drop down menu). ... The Sea at l'Estaque (1878-1879) by Paul Cézanne; Three Figures Under a Tree (1907-08) by Pablo Ruiz Picasso; Black Square (1915) by Kazimir Malevich; and the Landscape with Two Poplars (1912) by Vasili Kandinsky; reveal their secrets through the audio

12:30

Sport

Museo Picasso to host Copa del Rey draw

P. L. ALONSO.

The quarter-final draw for the basketball Copa del Rey, to take place in Malaga from 13 to 16 February, will be held on Monday from midday. The auditorium of the Museo Picasso has been chosen for the draw but it remains to be seen whether Unicaja

15:43

LifeStyle

20 December 2007: Picasso portrait stolen in daring heist

FRANK GAVURIN

On 20 December 2007, thieves carried out a heist on the Art Museum of São Paulo, making off with Pablo Picasso's Portrait of Suzanne Bloch and Brazilian artist Cândido Portinari's The Coffee Worker. In an operation which was complete in a matter ... informed of the location of the works by a third suspect. The paintings were returned to the museum, escorted by a helicopter and multiple police vehicles. The Portrait of Suzanne Bloch is considered one of the last works in Picasso's 'Blue Period'. It

09:44

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Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

Malaga Picasso Museum (MPM), a dialogue between Pablo Ruiz Picasso and Alexander Calder, where it become full of movement, of suggestions, of life. The display, titled ‘Calder-Picasso’, conjugates the work of two artists who appear to be very ... different. On one side is Picasso, expansive, influential and protean, and on the other, Calder, minimalist, contained, almost ethereal. And under this first layer, the project at the MPM establishes links which are so ferrous, connections which are so ... profound, that the work of one can be confused for that of the other in this exhibition, which has come from the Picasso Museum in Paris and can be visited in Malaga until 2 February 2020. The exhibition 'Calder-Picasso' Content. Over 100 works by