A man stands in front of the painting ‘Studio with Plaster Head’ from 1925 by late Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) during a media preview at the Kunsthaus Zurich in Zurich October 14, 2010. The exhibition ‘Picasso’ at the Kunsthaus Zurich revives the first museum exhibition devoted to Pablo Picasso, shown at the Kunsthaus Zurich in 1932, with 100 works from celebrated international collections. The exhibition runs from October 15 to January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann.ZURICH.- From 15 October 2010 until 30 January 2011, the Kunsthaus Zürich will revive the first museum exhibition devoted to Pablo Picasso. Mounted at the Kunsthaus Zürich in 1932, the show was a crucial moment in the history of modern art. Picasso had organized a very personal look at his work, with pieces chosen from his pink and blue periods and his Cubist and neo-classical phase as well as Surrealist creations, and the homage now on show reconstructs this subjective survey. With 100 works from celebrated international collections it offers an outstanding overview and is on display exclusively in Zurich.
More via artdaily