artnet news | Caroline Elbaor:
With more than 120 works, the exhibition takes a close look at the cultural influences of the artist’s native Spain. In “Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors” at London’s Gagosian Gallery, Sir John Richardson has curated an exhibition exploring Picasso’s longtime fascination with the myths and traditions of his native Spain—in particular, the matador and the minotaur.
The show, which opened last week, is museum-sized: 120 works from 1889 to 1971 are on view, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints, ceramics, and …read more
Image | Pablo Picasso