Picasso a Milano

Posted 10 November 12

Over 250 works including paintings, drawings, sculputures and photographs, many of which have never exited the Picasso Museum of Paris.

The exhibition is presented like a chronological excursus of Picasso’s production, comparing all the techniques and forms of expression with which the artist has tried his hand in his long career; it’s an impressive and uninterrupted evolution of the artistic expression that runs parallel to the history of the twentieth century art and that is discovered room after room. Amongst the many masterpieced in the exhibition are “La Celestina” (1094), “Man with the mandolin” (1911), “Portrait of Olga” (1918), “Portrait of Dora Maar” and “The Suppliant” (1937).


Picasso. Capolavori dal Museo Nazionale Picasso di Parigi
Curated by Anne Baldassari
September 20, 2012 - January 6, 2013

Mon, Tue, Wed: open from 8.30am to 7.30pm
Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun: open from 9.30am to 11.30pm

Palazzo Reale
Piazza Duomo 12