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  • “PICASSO, THE WRITER”, A LOOK AT THE LEAST KNOWN FACET OF THE UNIVERSAL MALAGA-BORN ARTIST

    26.06.2019

    As from the 26th June, the Instituto Cervantes in Beijing, in collaboration with Museo Picasso de Málaga, will be hosting a documentary exhibition that looks at the least known aspect of Pablo Ruiz Picasso’s brilliance. The Málaga-born genius, who did so much to change the course of history of Western painting during the twentieth century, was also a poet.

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  • TWELVE SHOWS MAKE UP THE 4TH EDITION OF FLAMENCOEÑE AT MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA

    26.06.2019

    Twelve shows by Ana Crismán Arpa Jonda, Hermanas Bautista, Carrasco Family Project, La Fabi, Israel Fernández and Diego del Morao, José del Tomate and his group, Lela Soto, La Negra y el Panky, Pedro Ojesto & Flamenco Jazz Company, Pepe Luis Carmona Habichuela, Rafael Riqueni and Rancapino Chico, will bring the duende to the Museo Picasso Málaga Auditorium on 27th, 28th and 29th June, for the FlamencoEñe 4th Flamenco Showcase for International Programmers.

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  • BRUCE NAUMAN. ROOMS, BODIES, WORDS

    14.06.2019

    Museo Picasso Málaga presents Bruce Nauman. Rooms, Bodies, Words, an exhibition on an artist whose innovative work centers on his understanding of art as an activity or process, rather than as the production of objects. This is his first major exhibition in Spain for 25 years.

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  • MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA HOLDS ITS FIRST 2019 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

    07.06.2019

    Fundación Museo Picasso Málaga. Legado Paul, Christine y Bernard-Ruiz Picasso has held its first Board of Trustees meeting of 2019, with an agenda that included, amongst other points, the presentation and approval of the annual accounts for the year 2018.

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  • MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA SAYS FAREWELL TO OLGA PICASSO AFTER RECEIVING 85,000 VISITORS

    04.06.2019

    A total of 85.219 people visited Museo Picasso Málaga to see the Olga Picasso exhibition, which showcased Picasso’s first wife, Olga Khokhlova and her story, and put into perspective the creation of some of Picasso’s greatest works. After being shown at Museo Picasso Málaga, Olga Picasso will travel to Madrid to be seen at CaixaForum Madrid as from 19th June.

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