The Complesso del Vittoriano (you can find its location on the map below) will be featuring a show on Pablo Picasso, which runs from 10 October 2008 until 6 February 2009 and is curated by Yve-Alain Bois (Princeton University). This show will feature works of Picasso from 1917-1937 and will focus on the theme of the Harlequin (Arlecchino), a recurring theme in Picasso’s work which bridges all of his styles, periods and mediums.
The show will showcase various works of Picasso which seek to demonstrate his immense talent and his immense skill within the various mediums: oil, drawings, sculpture, etc. One of art history’s most prolific and adaptable artists, Picasso created several styles and experimented with others. The exhibition will show Picasso’s depth and agility as an artist.
The exhibit is open from:
- 930am to 730pm Monday through Thursday
- 930am to 1130pm Friday and Saturday
- 930am to 830pm Sundays
Remember that the ticket office closes an hour before the museum.
Tickets cost 10 euro.
The museum is located at Via Di San Pietro In Carcere (see map below). Both the Cavour and Colosseo (Linea B) metro stops (le fermate) are nearby:
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