Paris: Capital of the Arts 1900 - 1968 (London) Reviews
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 exhibition led me to believe I would actually get to see this masterpiece. I was to be sorely disappointed. Only two study pieces for the eventual painting were present. This got me thinking. This display is not what it is saying it is. How come this m... more
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by - written on 19/02/02, updated on 20/02/02 (Very useful, 251 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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