Picasso and Modern British Art
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- Website: www.edinburghartfestival.com
The first exhibition to look at Picasso's connections with Britain, this major exhibition features over sixty works by Picasso, including the celebrated Three Dancers of 1925 and major cubist works borrowed from the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and important works by Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Ben Nicholson, Henry Moore and Francis Bacon. Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.
Reviews & features
Picasso's Nude Woman is there to stay at Edinburgh airport8 Aug 2012
Edinburgh Airport reinstates Picasso nude after it was covered due to passenger complaints
Several customers in Edinburgh Airport complained about the poster featuring Nude Woman in a Red Armchair, which was advertising Picasso and Modern British Art exhibition in the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – highlight of the on-going…
Picasso & Modern British Art7 Aug 2012
Feast of a show from the Spanish master and his imitators
Originally seen at Tate Britain earlier this year, this curiously diverse collection benefits from the combining of two major National Galleries’ forces. Whether an exhibition of this kind – examining the personal and influential links between Pablo…
Major Picasso show as part of 2012 Edinburgh Art Festival11 Jul 2012
Enduring appeal of artist considered greatest of the 20th century
A major new exhibition coming to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art explores Picasso's enduring legacy and the British artists he inspired. But why did the UK take so long to get with Pablo’s programme?
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