Picasso's 125th birthday exhibition in Frankfurt

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There's a Picasso exhibition currently on at the Shirn Kunsthalle - Frankfurt.



Even in his early work, Picasso found a source of inspiration for his art in the theater. Of his many motifs from the world of traveling and popular theater, the figures of the commedia dell’arte like the harlequin and Pierrot played a key role. These sad jokers become emotionally laden figures of identification for the modern artist. [...]The exhibition shows more than eighty works from 1900 to 1930 that demonstrate how passionately Picasso was attached to the theater.

I might go have a look next week, if I get the chance.




Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Römerberg, 60311 Frankfurt

Phone: 069 2998820

€8 admission


Open daily 10am to 7pm

...to 10pm Wednesdays and Thursdays

...closed Mondays


U-Bahn U4/5 to Römer

Tram 11/12 to Paulskirche


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Have two trips to Wiesbaden coming up so will post here if I get a chance to go to the exhibition.


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