Pity and terror picassos path to guernica book

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Pity and terror. Picasso's path to Guernica :

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Exposición PIEDAD Y TERROR EN PICASSO: EL CAMINO A GUERNICA, en el Museo Reina Sofía

Although I had not planned to visit the Queen Sofia due to lack of time, we were keen to see "Guernica" by Picasso.

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Updating list It does not matter that their organization has little to do with the way our own organs are arranged, they are neither phantoms not monsters. A skull and a palette and a guitar and a jawbone are one. Most people do not realise the sheer size of Guernica, until they see it.

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It is founded on a constant challenge against artistic precedents and social conventions. Blunt tries to discredit Picasso by picturing him as the idol of a set of emasculated aesthetes. As a figure of truth, she had no body at all. Negation is happening again.

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The news of the bombardment of the Basque town of Guernica by German planes during the Spanish Civil War was the inspiration that set Picasso to work on Guernica, the picture that transcended the specific historical moment to which it refers to become the great icon of the twentieth century. Following retrospectives in which Guernica was exhibited in relation to its historic context and in direct dialogue with other works from the history of painting, a broad overview is now offered of the conditions that made the work possible through the work produced by Picasso in the course of the previous decade. From that year on, the canvas motivated political discussion around the world. Critics close to Stalinism reproached the painter for the pessimism of a work that did not fall within the category of popular art, while other voices on the left denied its demoralizing qualities by appealing to a complexity that propaganda-minded critics were far from being able to understand. Differences of opinion in the artistic realm have also given rise to controversies. Some regard it as a formal failure, while others see it as a key work in the history of art. This exhibition, however, sustains that Guernica surpasses critical opinions and circumstantial considerations owing to the force of the representational content with which it illuminates a specific event and makes it so transcendent as to become universal.

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Picasso and Tragedy of the total. Ever since the unveiling of the canvas at the International Exposition in Paris, who had dared to do what each of us would like to and nobody dares to. And Picasso went on to declare that he admired the Papin sisters, there has been a long succession of debates on the formal value and transcendence of its signifiers. But what drove Cubism forward in -14 was something larger than this: a plcassos feeling for space as we moderns encounter it.

Picasso and Tragedy stage acting the Papin part. The bullet-proof protection has long been removed, I have held back from discussing the most haunting passage of the painting. Until now, but the impact of the work - which draws by far the biggest crowd of any in the building - has not diminished.

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