The exhibition will bring together more than a hundred paintings, sculptures, and drawings created in 1932.
London-bound travelers in the coming months should make a beeline for the Tate Modern, which is mounting its first-ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition from March 8 to September 9.
Touted as one of the most significant shows staged at the gallery so far, “The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy” brings together more than a hundred paintings, sculptures, and drawings created in 1932—along with a trove of family photographs—to chronicle the master’s pivotal “year of wonders.”
Notably, three of his most celebrated paintings that feature his young lover Marie-Thérèse Walter will be shown together for the first time: The Dream, the Tate’s own Nude Woman in a Red Armchair, and Girl Before a Mirror, which rarely leaves the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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This article originally appeared in the February/March 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Perspectives On Picasso”).