At any given time in the world there must be a hundred exhibits featuring the work of Pablo Picasso. What makes the current exhibit at the Aichi Prefectural Art Museum unique is that it focuses almost exclusively on his earliest works, known as the Blue and Rose Periods that dominated his youth.
Of course he is most famous for Cubism, the greatest plastic revolution of the 20th century art, exerting a tremendous influence on both his artistic contemporaries and successors. Picasso also had the ability to change his style at will, and continued creating an enormous number of works until his death at 91.
He was an unparalleled artist who is universally seen as a genius. This exhibition’s exploration of the roots of Picasso’s formidable talent showcase his classic ability and offer an insight into his artistic education in he years before he created some of his most famous works.
Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art
1-13-2 Higashisakura, Higashi-ku
Tues-Sun 10:00~18:00 (til 20:00 Fri)