Google Alert - exhibition

As-it-happens update April 15, 2018
Designed by Anna Tregloan, the exhibition intends to be as fantastical as the original text, with creative and immersive rooms that house more than 300 objects from collections and studios around the world. There are drawers to open, things to touch, props to put your head inside and the Queen's ...
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The current exhibition, whose run has been extended until May 15, was curated by the Dallas-based, UNT- and Yale-educated artist-curator Brandon Kennedy, who has delved into the collection with a much more expansive mission than his two predecessors, Gavin Delahunty and Olivia Shao. Yet all ...
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His first solo exhibition, in June 1917 at Gallery Chéron, near the Champs-Élysées, was a triumph. His 110 watercolours sold out instantly. Picasso, who was among the first visitors and stayed for hours, left with as many canvases as he could afford and carry. To meet the high demand, Chéron, his ...
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