Paris: Capital of the Arts 1900 - 1968 (London) Reviews
Description:'Paris: Capital of the Arts' traces the major developments in painting and sculpture that took place in Paris ... more
Newest Review: ... (Picasso?s partner Fernande modeled for him), and Khanweiler the art dealer gets a mention in portrait. Importantly the guide mentions the Bande a Picasso and their hangout, the bar Lapin Agile. The studios at the Bateau-Lavoir received a cursory mention. However, the most important ground breaking picture of the time is Picasso?s Les Demoiselles d?Avignon. All the marketing for this ... more
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by - written on 19/02/02, updated on 20/02/02 (Very useful, 254 readings)
This exhibition came to my attention from a cleverly designed advertisement on the back of one the Sunday Times supplements. As I studying Picasso?s early work up to the first world war, it seem a good idea to go to this exhibition to see some of the works I have actually read. I have been to the Royal Academy before. Situated in Piccadilly, two minutes from Green Park tube, it is a good venue: not to big, not too small. However, it is not an intimate place, as it is always crowded and busy. This exhibition was not to be a quiet few hours spent. Paris: Capital of the Arts traces the major developments in painting and sculpture that took ... Read the complete review
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