40 years after his death, the painted works of Pablo Picasso return to his home in MÃ¡laga, Spain to celebrate his life from the early years on.
The name “Pablo Picasso” is synonymous with the cubist movement and known for the paintings of abstract faces and intense colour palettes. While his most famous pieces, like the Dora Maar Au Chat are easily recognizable, Picasso’s work wasn’t limited to his abstract paintings – many realistic portraits and line drawings are included in his collection.
The Museo PicassoÂ MÃ¡laga will be hosting Picasso’s work on exhibit until June 9, 2013, so this is a perfect time to plan a trip to Spain for the purpose of drinking in some artistic culture. The paintings of Picasso, from his early years on, will be displayed amongst other artifacts and documents to give you some insight into the artist’s life and death. The exhibit will also include works of other artists inspired by the culture of the 19th century Andalusian society.
The museum can be found at:Calle San AgustÃn 8 29015 MÃ¡lagaÂ
Or you can email or callÂ for more information:Tel.: +34 902443377/ +34 952127600 Fax.: +34 952604570
Hours:Tuesday to Thursday: 10am to 8pm Friday and Saturday: 10am to 9pm Sunday and public holidays: 10am to 8pm Closed on Mondays, 25th December and 1st January 24th and 31st December: 10am to 3pm
Admission:Permanent collection: â‚¬6.00 Temporary exhibitions: â‚¬4.50 Combined ticket: â‚¬9.00 Free admission for youths aged 18 and below (children under 12 and younger accompanied by an adult)