Empowering Objects: African Power Objects and Picasso

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Speaker: Hélène Klein

The relationship between Picasso’s work and the culture, rites and customs of sub-Saharan Africa was the subject of this talk by Aimée Conlin-Bessire of the Maine College of Arts, USA.

The series of lectures ‘Picasso and Africa. Convergences’ was a complement to the exhibition Picasso. Small Figure. The Collection in Context. Scholars dedicated to Picasso and, in particular, to the influences it received from African culture, discussed their latest research and conclusions on the matter.

With the collaboration of the Universidad de Málaga. Free entrance.


June 14, 2007


Free admission


8:00 pm


According to the program



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