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Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy1932, Picasso's 'year of wonder', proves to be a great hook on which to hang Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame, Tragedy, a brilliant blockbuster of an exhibition at Tate Modern, the first the gallery has ever staged on the Spanish artist. Three years in the making, the exemplary exhibition brings together more than 100 paintings, many of which have not been reunited since they were created. It begins with two paintings completed on Christmas Day 1931, one symbolising his love affair with Marie-Therese Walter, the subject of so many of these curvaceous, beguiling paintings. Though hung chronologically, taking us on a month-by-month journey, themes of 'love', 'fame' and 'tragedy' are fleshed out. In a room painted deep burgundy red, family portraits at the heart of Picasso's Paris retrospective are reunited for the first time in 86 years. As the year draws to a close, and the threat of another world war looms, themes of drowning and sexual violence appear and the darker subject matter hints that tragedy is not far away.

 

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Exhibitions | Until 14th July 2019 

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London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO)

The Russian Ballet Icons Gala, an annual fixture ...More

 
Saburo Teshigawara's The Idiot
Saburo Teshigawara's The Idiot
Dance | From 20th March 

The Print Room at the Coronet

A man, a woman and a rat move ...More

 
Gatsby Brunch
Gatsby Brunch
Foodie Events | On 23rd February 

Quaglino's

This Saturday, Mayfair restaurant Quaglino's is transporting Londoners back to the 1920s with its Gatsby ...More

 
Barbican OpenFest: Art 50
Barbican OpenFest: Art 50
Exhibitions | On 23rd February 

Barbican Centre

Part of Sky Arts' Art 50, the Barbican is presenting a day of free activities ...More

 
Queen's Yard Summer Party
Queen's Yard Summer Party
Foodie Events | From 4th May 

Various Venues East London

Expanding to a two-day event in 2019, the Queen's Yard Summer Party sees 20 venues ...More

 
Vapiano Centre Point
Vapiano Centre Point
Dining 

Located within the Centre Point development, Vapiano is a pasta place where you top up ...More

 
London Events 2019
Feature 

Cate Blanchett comes to the National Theatre in 2019, the Spice Girls reunite and Christian Dior is the Designer of Dreams at the V&A. New musicals are dedicated to Dolly Parton, Pirates and Mary Poppins, ...More

Best New Openings in London in 2019
Best New Openings in London in 2019
Article 

A pool in the sky, a former magistrates ...More

 
 
 
 
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