A day in Picasso’s South

February 2, 2019

A Fifteenth Anniversary event

For the closing day of the exhibition Picasso’s South. Andalusian References, Museo Picasso Málaga has prepared a special day with activities for visitors of all ages. It will highlight the similarities between the work of Picasso and Spanish Old Masters such as El Greco, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Goya, María Blanchard and Juan Gris. These activities were free with admission (which is always free for children).


February 2, 2019


Free admission


According to working day


According to the program




Dishes, jugs and other objects 10.00am to 2.00pm, non-stop. Jugs, fruit, flowers and candles are just some of the objects that can be used as part of a still life. Inspired by paintings by Picasso, Zurbarán, Sánchez Cotán and Juan van der Harmen and with the help of materials such as paint and cardboard, here is a chance to learn more about the still life genre by creating pictures all together as a family. A family activity.

Musical Constructions 10.00am to 2.00pm, non-stop. Musical instruments feature prominently in Picasso’s Cubist paintings, which is why they are the are the subject of this activity. The participants will be able to discover more about creating different simultaneous viewpoints and superimposed planes, just like Cubist constructions. A family activity.

Like the Old Masters 10.00am to 2.00pm, non-stop.
Some of the portraits in this exhibition by artists such as Goya and Picasso seem to be laden with meanings waiting to be discovered. We will examine these paintings and their special features and then think about them. Then, we will dress up like the sitters that the Great Masters painted. A family activity.

Picasso’s South. Talk 12.00am noon (In Spanish) 1.00pm (In English) Visitors are invited to embark on a discussion in the exhibition rooms, examining some of the key issues in the show. The tour comprises a selection of works by Picasso as well as by other great historical artists such as El Greco, Sánchez Cotán, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Alonso Cano, Murillo, Pedro de Mena, Goya, María Blanchard, Juan Gris, Moreno Villa and Manuel Ángeles Ortiz. Adult audiences.

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