Zoom. The collection under analysis

Getting down to work, we are going to explore the collection from the point of view of history of art and artistic practice.

The «Zoom. The collection under analysis» is back, with sessions that have the works of the collection of the Museu Picasso as protagonists, from two different points of view: one from the art historian, who contextualizes the work from Picasso's trajectory, and the other from the artist, who proposes an artistic exercise linked to his techniques and contents.


-February 2nd:

La minotauromachie, 1935: with Claustre Rafart (conservator of the engravings of the Museu Picasso) and Alexis Rom (illustrator and artist).

-March 2nd:

Fairground stall, 1900: with Teresa M. Sala (professor of Art History of the Universitat de Barcelona) and Montse Pena (artist).

-April 6th:

Science and Charity, 1897: with Malén Gual (conservator of the collection of the Museu Picasso) and Yamandú Canosa (artist).

-May 4th:

Blanquita Suárez, 1917: Pilar Bonet (historian and art critic) and Regina Giménez (artist).

-June 1st:

Gored horse, 1917: Alex Mitrani (historian and art critic) and Irma Arribas (artist).

-July 6th (special sessions):

Ruth Drawing Picasso of Rineke Dijkstra: with Erich Weiss (artist and art critic).


The first Thursday of the month, at 7.00pm.

Admission free of charge.

Limited capacity.

Museu Picasso. Classrooms of the Documentation and Research Centre. Plaça Sabartés, 1.