Pablo Picasso Picasso Erotique (Art & Design)

ISBN 13 : 9783791325613

Picasso Erotique (Art & Design)

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The career of the greatest painter of the 20th century was played out in the shadow of Eros - and of Thanatos. At the age of eight Picasso's drawings already displayed a precocious interest in the female form, and in the days leading up to his death he was still working obsessively on sketches of the female sex. At the turn of the century the young Picasso created drawings and watercolours inspired by the bordellos of Barcelona which he frequented. These works mix desire, fascination, but also comedy and the grotesque alongside the ever-present fear of disease. They would result, seven years later, in his masterpiece, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon". The works in this book include erotic drawings formal and informal, sketches in notebooks hidden in drawers and private collections, and occasionally paintings and sculptures. Through all these works the essays by an interational team of scholars analyze the primeval notion of desire in Picasso's work, as well as his relation to voyeurism and exhibitionism, to artist and model. Whether through playful or hallucinatory forms, Picasso's representation of the desiring and desired body has become a pivotal moment in the history of 20th-century art. Produced to accompany a major exhibition in Paris, Montreal and Barcelona, "Picasso Erotique" is a unique examination of the central theme of Picasso's work.

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At the turn of the century, the young Picasso created drawings and watercolors inspired by the bordellos of Barcelona which he frequented. These works mix desire, fascination, but also comedy and the grotesque alongside the ever-present fear of disease. They would result, seven years later, in his masterpiece, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon".

The works in this ground-breaking book include erotic drawings - formal and informal - sketches in notebooks hidden in drawers and private collections, and occasionally paintings and sculptures. Essays by an international team of scholars analyze the primeval notion of desire in Picasso's work, of artist to model, as well as his relation to voyeurism and exhibitionism. Whether through playful or hallucinatory forms, Picasso's representations of the desiring and desired body have become a pivotal moment in the history of twentieth century art.

Produced to accompany a major exhibition in Paris, Montreal and Barcelona, "Picasso Erotique" is a unique examination of the central theme in Picasso's work.

About the Author :

The Editor:
Jean Clair is the Director of the Musee Picasso in Paris.

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