PICASSO 1932: LOVE, FAME, TRAGEDY
Materia: Monografías de arte contemporáneo
Published to accompany a landmark exhibition at Tate Modern this lavishly illustrated publication makes use of fresh research to lay bare the contradictions of the artist’s existence at this pivotal moment. Artworks, texts and archive photographs together reveal a life divided between public grandeur and the solitude of the studio, bourgeois family life and secret love affair, painting and sculpture, pleasure and darkness. Common myths are stripped away to disclose the man and the artist in his full complexity, showing the creative abundance with which he gave expression to a year of love, fame and tragedy.