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Picasso &Khokhlova: A Love Story, Exhibition

Picasso &Khokhlova: A Love Story, Exhibition
Date:01 November 2018 - 03 February 2019
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-11-01 2019-02-03 Europe/Moscow Picasso &Khokhlova: A Love Story, Exhibition Russian ballerina Khokhlova became the muse of Picasso at the time of a ballet, The Parade, whose centennial this exhibition, recently completed in Paris, is meant to celebrate in Russia this time, with more exhibits from Khokhlova’spersonal archives. Moscow, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts - info@moscovery.com

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Russian ballerina Khokhlova became the muse of Picasso at the time of a ballet, The Parade, whose centennial this exhibition, recently completed in Paris, is meant to celebrate in Russia this time, with more exhibits from Khokhlova’spersonal archives. The story of their turbulent love, which lasted only eight years before turning into a burden for both of them, is entitled Picasso, don’t you dare paint me crooked!Picasso obeyed his wife’s order, who rejected contemporary art, until he stopped loving her, and his later portraits of Olga Khokhlova were significantly different.

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