Picasso's presence in New York's Art Scene in the First Half of the Century

May 3, 2007

Speaker: Michael FitzGerald

Lecture in English

Curator of the Picasso and American Art exhibition, which opened in September 2006 in the Whitney Museum of New York, and author of the catalogue published for that occasion, Professor Michael FitzGerald talked about the influence of Picasso on the works of leading contemporary artists in the United States. He placed particular emphasis on Picasso’s initial introduction to New York in the 1910s and the important role of Mexican-born artist Marius de Zayas in this process. FitzGerald currently teaches at Trinity College in Hartford (Connecticut, United States).

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 3, 2007


Free admission


8:00 pm


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