This will be the first solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso's work ever to be held at Tate Modern, and one of the most significant shows the gallery has ever staged.
Love, Fame, Tragedy will lead visitors on a month-by-month journey through the pivotal year of 1932 -- Picasso's so-called 'Year of Wonders'.
Picasso reached an entirely new level in 1932, cementing his status as the most celebrated and influential artist of the 20th century. Some of his best loved works were created during this year, from his colour-saturated portraits to the ideas for the voluptuous sculptures he had made at his new country estate.
The exhibition includes more than 100 paintings, sculptures and works on paper, demonstrating his prolific and restlessly inventive character.
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Craig’s review – “I promised myself that I would come to the Tate Modern with an open mind, but I know I'm going to laugh at the modern art. It's so bad, it's good. So you might want to take this review with a pinch of salt if you're an art lover.
I do actually quite like art, believe it or not, but this isn't art to me. It's more like a song by someone who can't sing. It's a load of… continued”
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