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  • MUSEO PICASSO MALAGA PRESENTS 'BACON, FREUD AND THE SCHOOL OF LONDON'

    24.04.2017

    From 26 April to 17 September 2017, Museo Picasso Málaga is presenting the work of leading painters who, since World War II and up to the present day, have worked in London, a city of artistic and personal encounters where they depicted the human figure, landscape and everyday reality through a distinctive and personal vision.

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  • THE EXHIBITION 38 PICASSOS WAS SEEN BY OVER 87,000 VISITORS

    27.03.2017

    A total of 87,211 visitors came to Museo Picasso Málaga to see the exhibition 38 Picassos, which showed works belonging to the Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso para el Arte (FABA) that have been part of the MPM Collection’s expository discourse for several years.

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  • MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA PRESENTS 'PABLO PICASSO. NEW COLLECTION'

    09.03.2017

    Museo Picasso Málaga is setting out on a new path today, to present a fresh reading of the work of Pablo Picasso. From his beginnings to his late work, this selection takes us one step further in appreciating and understanding the Málaga-born artist’s important place in the history of art.

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  • HIGH VISITOR NUMBERS AT MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA FOR THE RETROSPECTIVE 'JOAQUÍN TORRES-GARCÍA: THE ARCADIAN MODERN'

    09.02.2017

    A total of 72,039 people visited the retrospective of Uruguayan artist Joaquín Torres-García at Museo Picasso Malaga. The exhibition showed artworks ranging from his earliest works in late 19th-century Barcelona to his final works produced in Montevideo in the 1940s.

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  • A NEW ERA FOR THE MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA: 2017-2020

    27.01.2017

    The Collection of Museo Picasso Málaga (MPM) will dazzle again from 13 March onwards thanks to a fresh selection of masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, displayed together under the title of PABLO PICASSO. NEW COLLECTION, which will take a strongly chronological approach centred on exploring in depth the most important aesthetic periods in Picasso’s oeuvre and on explaining the artist’s creative processes.

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