An unmissable exhibit for Lunch Circle members living or travelling in Paris.
An exhibition at the Musée National Picasso looks at a specific aspect of the famous Spanish painter Pablo Picasso’s life and work – his relationship with his children, particularly Maya, the daughter he had with Marie-Thérèse Walter. Maya was a source of inspiration for Picasso, who painted 14 portraits of her in 1938 and 1939 when she was three years old.
New Masterpieces. Maya Ruiz-Picasso Dation, the first part of a double exhibition devoted to Maya Ruiz-Picasso, unveils a selection of these portraits, together with other paintings, sculptures, graphic works and writings about her and her siblings.
The exhibition will run until the 31st of December 2022.
Musée national Picasso-Paris
The collection of the Musée Picasso-Paris accounts for more than 5,000 works and 200,000 archival items. By its quality, its size and the diversity of artistic fields represented, it is the biggest collection in the world of Picasso’s work and offers a journey through the artist’s entire painted, sculpted, engraved and drawn work, illustrating his creative process.
The museum has a varied cultural offer, aimed at all types of audiences, with the aim of sharing Picasso’s work with as many people as possible. Come and explore the richness of Picasso’s art – a unique experience.