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  • OLGA PICASSO

    25.02.2019

    From 26th February to 2nd June 2019, Museo Picasso Málaga will present Picasso’s first wife Olga Khokhlova and her story, in the first show of its 2019 exhibition calendar: "Olga Picasso".

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  • MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA RECEIVED OVER 600.000 VISITORS AGAIN IN 2018

    04.01.2019

    Museo Picasso Málaga has reconfirmed its trend of consistent growth despite widespread statistical swings, with a total of 674,512 visitors during 2018, once again consolidating its prestige and reputation both in Spain and internationally, along with its position as Andalusia’s most-visited museum, with an increase in visitor numbers of more than 6% over last year.

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  • EXHIBITIONS 2019

    23.11.2018

    Museo Picasso Málaga has scheduled three first-time exhibitions for 2019 that examine the work of three key artists: Pablo Picasso, Bruce Nauman and Alexander Calder. The result of lengthy research in the archives of Picasso’s first wife, the exhibition Olga Picasso comes to Málaga this winter, running until spring 2019. Over the summer, MPM will be showing work from European collections by unclassifiable artist Bruce Nauman. Finally, in the autumn, Calder-Picasso will examine these two artists’ exploratio

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  • THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL PICASSO CONGRESS “PICASSO AND HISTORY” OPENS TODAY AT MUSEO PICASSO MÁLAGA

    09.10.2018

    The aim of this year’s edition, ‘Picasso and History’, is to explore new ways of understanding the artist’s work, based on research into its historical context and the repercussions of his work in that context.

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  • Picasso's South

    08.10.2018

    Museo Picasso Málaga’s exhibition Picasso’s South. Andalusian References takes a look at the history of Spanish art by displaying works by Picasso alongside valuable archaeological artefacts and paintings by great masters such as Zurbarán, Velázquez, Murillo, Goya, María Blanchard and Juan Gris, amongst others. This ambitious show moves from Iberian art through Classical Antiquity, and ends with the modern art of Picasso’s own contemporaries.

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