Picasso isn’t just a painter. The proof of this can be seen in this unique collection of his most beautiful sculptures. From his smallest works to the most gigantic, the Picasso Museum in Paris is holding an exhibition of his masterpieces until 28th August.
This exhibit explores the enduring impact of the Florentine painter, Sandro Botticelli, from the Pre-Raphaelites to the present day. A pop and modern approach to discover until the 3rd July at the V&A museum in London.
The Prado Museum is holding an exceptional exhibition of 30 canvasses by the French artist, Georges De La Tour. Forgotten for centuries, La Tour is now considered to be the most important French artist of the 17th century alongside Nicolas Poussin.
With a focused solo exhibition, the Schirn in Frankfurt, is presenting a previously little discussed aspect of the Catalan artist’s work: Miro’s preference for large-scale formats and his fascination with the wall.