A Cubist Commission in Brooklyn at The Met is a compact, simple display, but the work and research it contains is diminished by being so cut off from its historical and personal contexts.
You can now take a picture of the famous work at Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía, but don’t even think about using a selfie stick.
A Josef Albers screenprint, ceramics by Picasso, and contemporary Indigenous artworks are all going under the hammer
While the government promises to preserve the Picasso murals to be utilized in a new building, preservationists are unmoved.
Picasso’s subjects are often nude, but it’s not like they’re trying to meddle in the U.S. presidential elections. Why censor them, Facebook?
Two years of comprehensive research by the Reina Sofia have yielded a huge amount of material related to the legendary painting and the cultural responses it’s generated over time.
A new museum hopes to connect this small Canadian city to the world through a rich program that will include indigenous and international contemporary art.
When it was unveiled, people protested the Chicago Picasso and called it a “colossal booboo.” Now it’s become a beloved icon.
LONDON — In case you were in any doubt as to the true source of authority in the art world today, we now have an answer.
How did Pablo Picasso celebrate his 80th birthday?
A new series of maps created by howmuch.net attempts to look at art valuation based on country of origin.
Apparently the price paid for Picasso’s “Women of Algiers” (1955) on Monday is not the most obscene thing about it.