Between Art and Life: Picasso, Rauschenberg, and Johns in 1960s New York

May 10, 2007

Speaker: Pepe Karmel

Lecture in English

Professor of the Fine Arts Department in New York University, Pepe Karmel examined in depth specific aspects of Picasso’s influence on American Twentieth-Century art. Karmel focused about Picasso, Rauschenberg and Johns in the Ganz collection, and on the critical responses to these artists of Leo Steinberg and Robert Rosenblum, leaders in the critical revolution against the hegemony of Clement Greenberg.

This lecture was a complement to the exhibition The Pierre and Maria-Gaetana Matisse Collection from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Free entrance. In collaboration with the Universidad de Málaga.


May 10, 2007


Free admission


8:00 pm


According to the program



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