MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA WILL BE OPENING ITS DOORS ON TUESDAY 26TH MAY
Museo Picasso Málaga will reopen to the public on Tuesday 26th May, providing a comfortable and safe environment for its visitors in compliance with Spanish health regulations. Until 31st May, visitors will be able to see the exhibition Genealogies of Art or the History of Art as Visual Art, free of charge. As from Monday 1st June, Dialogues with Picasso. Collection 2020-2023 will be open to the public, with 120 works by the Malaga-born artist.
As from Tuesday 26th May 2020, Museo Picasso Málaga will be reopening its doors every day and with the same opening hours (10.00am - 7.00pm, with the ticket office closing at 6.30pm). Visitors will be able to see the exhibition Genealogies of Art or the History of Art as Visual Art, free of charge. This show brings together over 100 works by Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, Paul Cézanne, Robert Delaunay, Max Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, Juan Gris, Wassily Kandinsky, Fernand Léger, El Lissitzky, Kazimir Malevich, Franz Marc, Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, Georges Braque, Paul Klee and Henry Moore, amongst other major artists. As this magnificent exhibition finally closes on 31st May, the management of Museo Picasso Málaga have decided that admission should be free of charge to all visitors.
The museum recommends visitors buy their tickets in advance online, via the museum website www.museopicassomalaga.org. We also recommend keeping 2 metres away from other people and this distance is clearly marked throughout the museum. Please also use the hand gel at the sanitiser points that have been installed and wear protective facemasks if possible.
One week later, as from Monday 1st June, there will be a new museum layout for the permanent collection, with Dialogues with Picasso. Collection 2020-2023 bringing together 120 works by Picasso. By periodically refreshing and reviewing its permanent collection, Museo Picasso Málaga is in a way following in the footsteps of Picasso himself, who constantly innovated with his art throughout his life. Shown together, the MPM collection and the works on loan from Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso (FABA) complement one another, in a close artistic dialogue. This new exhibition narrative in the Palacio de Buenavista will enable visitors to gain an even deeper knowledge of Pablo Picasso’s artistic career.
Throughout the weeks of lockdown, Museo Picasso Málaga has been very busy online. In order not to interrupt the informative and educational work that is our hallmark, we have provided artistic content for people of all ages and backgrounds. We set up the #PicassoEnCasa programme, offering a wide range of activities from workbooks for children so they can explore their creative side at home while learning about art, to a look back at the exhibitions, talks, concerts and recitals that have made up the recent history of our museum.
Dialogues with Picasso