Picasso: A Rebel in Paris

The story of a Life and a Museum, PICASSO: A REBEL IN PARIS creates and develops an original portrait of the artist, outlining the contradictory nature of his character - at the same time generous and despotic, made of sunshine and shadow, often hidden behind a mask - and the duplicity of his behavior, even with the many women in his life.

Includes interviews with art critics, curators, intellectuals and artists who will help us gain access to Picasso's mind and understand why he is considered to be one of the greatest geniuses of the 20th century. Among them will be Cécile Debray the President of the Musée National Picasso in Paris, Annie Cohen-Solal the author of the book “Un étranger nommé Picasso” (Picasso The Foreigner), as well as art historians Marie-Laure Bernadac and Eugenio Carmona Mato, and designer Paul Smith.

Commences Saturday, 22 Jun 2024
Rating E
Genre Documentary
Running Time 90
Show Times
Saturday, 22nd June
Sunday, 23rd June
Wednesday, 26th June

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