Tate Modern Launches First Solo Pablo Picasso Exhibit Featuring Iconic Works

Titled “Love, Fame, Tragedy.”

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Tate Modern is preparing for its first-ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition entitled “Love, Fame, Tragedy.” A total of 100 paintings, sculptures, and drawings alongside intimate family photographs will be on display. Collectively, there will be a broad swathe of nude artworks produced around 1932 with a majority featuring his lover Marie-Thérèse.

View the teaser below and expect the show to launch on March 8 up until September 9. For further information, visit Tate’s official website.

Tate Modern, London
Bankside, London
SE1 9TG, UK

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