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Thirty years after the exhibition 'Picasso poète, le crayon qui parle' ('Picasso the Poet, the Talking Pencil'), which was on at the Musée national Picasso-Paris from November 8, 1989, to January 29, 1990, the Picasso Museum now gives a new generation the chance to get to understand the importance of poetic writings in Picasso's creative process. They set out to review the exhibition in a broader context, referring to new research on Picasso, the close ties between writing and painting, the textual work (collage, repetitions, variations), where the pictorial work resonates, and, above all, the autobiographical content of this 'intimate diary', which also reveals the historical context and the complex personality of the artist.