Last chance to see… The Art of Picasso in Sydney

What's New — By rruge on March 16, 2012 at 1:18 am
Picasso: Two women running on the beach, courtesy of AGNSW

Picasso: Two women running on the beach, courtesy of AGNSW

There are only a few weeks left to experience the art of Pablo Picasso at the Art Gallery of NSW. The Masterpieces exhibition is on loan from the Musee National Picasso, Paris, curated by their Director Anne Baldassari.

It’s the biggest exhibition of its kind to visit Australia and the best part about it is that you’ll see Picasso’s Picasso’s – the collection of the artist’s favourite work that he kept for himself. Every period of Picasso’s long and incredibly prolific career is represented in ten rooms, from his teenage mastery of classical techniques to his ascension to the godfather of abstraction.

No other artist truly embodies the creative spirit or captured the turbulent times that were the 20th century.
Get to the AGNSW before the end of the month and see the world through Picasso’s eyes. You won’t be disappointed.

Note: On Saturdays 17 and 24 March, the Gallery will stay open until midnight to celebrate the final two weeks of the extraordinary Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée Picasso, Paris.