Picasso returns to Madrid in a new exhibition that offers the opportunity to revisit the work of the Malaga painter.
The Picasso exhibition at the Workshop of the Mapfre Foundation you can visit it between dates from February 12 and May 11, and 180 works are presented there, most of them paintings, related to the different studios in which he worked and painted.
Specifically, in this Picasso's new exhibition in Madrid You can see 80 canvases, 60 drawings and prints, 20 photographs, as well as a dozen of the palettes that the painter used.
Picasso Exhibition at the Workshop at Mapfre Foundation in Madrid
A good part of the works shown come from private collections, which means that there are works that have been seen in public very rarely. These include works from the painter's son's collections, Claude Picasso, from her daughter, Pigeon doveand his granddaughter Marina Picasso.
In addition, there are works from important international museums and institutions, including the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, the Tate in London, the Bridgestone Art Museum in Tokyo, the National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto, the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid and the Picasso museum in Barcelona.
The sample starts with the Self portrait with palette, from 1906, and ends with another Picasso self-portrait, Man on the stoolfrom 1969
The exhibition has in the sections The workshop, experimentation space; The model in the workshop, between classicism and surrealism; The metamorphosis in time of war; The return to the Mediterranean, parody of art; and the painter and the model, 1961-1972.
The visiting hours of the Picasso exhibition in the Maphre Foundation from Madrid (Paseo de Recoletos, 23) are, on Mondays, from 2 pm to 8 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays and holidays, from 11 to 19 hours.
The admission is free and the service price of audio guide It is 3.50 euros.
From Monday to Thursday you can sign up for Guided visits, which take place at 4pm and 5pm. To participate in them you have to pick up the ticket half an hour before the start of the visits.<>