Picasso, The Photographer´s Gaze
A volume that explores from a new perspective the complex and unique way to see reality of one the leader artists of Art History.
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Pablo Picasso always maintained a complex and intense relationship with photography and with the photographers in his milieu, something that could be seen when he pretended to be a reporter one summer, when he used his image as an icon, or when he took inspired and playful self-portraits.
This book immerses the reader in the universe of Picasso through photography and brings together images that explore all the facets of a creator who is simultaneously the author, model, witness and viewer of his work and life. This photographic stroll from one studio to the next shows the multidisciplinary richness of his work, where experimentation is the priority, regardless of the technique and the medium used.
The book, which is also the catalogue of the exhibition of the same name at the Museu Picasso of Barcelona, assembles a multitude of images concerning his relationship with photography, along with texts by leading world experts on his work.
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) revolutionized the plastic arts of the 20th century by creating and participating in movements such as cubism and neo-figurative sculpture, and implementing his intense artistic activity through disciplines such as painting, engraving, etching, sculpture, ceramics and stage design for ballets.
- 21 x 28 cm
- Publishing House
- La Fábrica
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