The recently renovated Picasso Museum considers the artist’s lesser-known sculpture work.
If Picasso’s paintings are celebrated the world over, then his sculptures still remain relatively unknown. Here, the recently renovated Musée Picasso argues that this is an injustice to the Spanish artist’s legacy, putting impressive series like the ‘Verres d’Absinthe’ (1914) and the original ‘Baigneurs en Bois’ (1956) on proud display this spring and summer. As diverse and inventive as any of his canvases, these sculptures only further underpin his genius.
TRANSLATION: HUW OLIVER