Picasso exhibition in Rome celebrates centenary of artist's visit to Italy

Picasso exhibition in Rome celebrates centenary of artist's visit to Italy
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The father of Cubism and collage travelled to Italy with Jean Cocteau for a 1917 production of the ballet 'Parade'.


An exhibition to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s trip to Italy has opened in Rome.

An exciting preview of the #Picasso exhibition at the Scuderie</a> del Quirinale. My favorite: la danse <a href="https://t.co/PNHN6MbRSc">pic.twitter.com/PNHN6MbRSc</a></p>— Andrea Giaccari (AGiaccari) September 22, 2017

‘Between Cubism and Classicism’ at the Museum Scuderie del Quirinale showcases the artist’s works from 1915 to 1925 and features paintings, drawings, gouache, watercolors, sketches and stage dresses from museums across the globe.

#Picasso in Rome fantastic exhibition #scuderiedelquirinale thanks to MondoMostre</a> ! <a href="https://t.co/5KyOR4wFYk">pic.twitter.com/5KyOR4wFYk</a></p>— Tiziana buccico (tbuccico69) September 22, 2017

The co-founder of Cubism travelled to Italy in 1917 with his friend Jean Cocteau for the production of the ballet ‘Parade’. The trip was hugely influential for the artist, and marked a so-called ‘return to order’ in his work.

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