Up Close : Myth, Art, and Life: Picasso's Suite Vollard

Dates:
Thu Jan 10, 13
Thu Jan 17, 13
Thu Jan 24, 13

Time: 6:30pm - 7:45pm

Location:
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
314 South Park Street
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007

Contact:
(269) 349-7775

Picasso Suite Vollard

Myth, Art, and Life: Picasso's Suite Vollard

In 1933, Pablo Picasso embarked on a monumental project: the creation of a series of 100 etching for his dealer, Ambrose Vollard. When completed four years later, the Suite Vollard would stand as one of his greatest achievements. Not only are the etchings a remarkable display of Picasso's use of line, but they also reveal the depth of his creative imagination. Blending Classical myth and autobiography, the artist used the reoccurring figures of a sculptor, his model, and the Minotaur to create his uniquely personal narratives.

In addition to viewing the prints from the Suite Vollard in the KIA collection, this three-part program will also include a background presentation about Picasso's life and work in the 1930s as well as a demonstration of the etching process.

Up Close: Exploring the Collection programs offer a chance to learn about the KIA's outstanding collection wit Associate Curator of Collections Greg Waskowsky.

Register in advance online, or by phone or mail.
$30 KIA members/$40 non-members

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Up Close programs are sponsored by Educational Community Credit Union

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