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Tate Jul 20
‘Painting is just another way of keeping a diary’ - Pablo Picasso is Picasso's Nude Woman in a Red Armchair, completed in 1932 and on display in the EY Exhibition: at Tate Modern:
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Tate Jul 17
🎨 Take a month-by-month journey through 1932, the year of Picasso's first ever retrospective, in the EY Exhibition: at Tate Modern:
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clare pinches Jul 21
Weekend in London with my sister - really enjoyed at The Tate Modern, such varied styles of painting
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BSBD Arts & Culture 1h
A return to this morning - an amazing example of genius in prolific flow over the course of one year before economic depression and rise to WW2.
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Jai'me Jan Jul 14
Me, five minutes ago. A photo to treasure forever. I love Picasso so much. 🖼️🎨
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Mikkaila 21h
Well I guess was good but honestly it was hard to tell what with all the bloody idiots constantly taking pictures on their phone obscuring the work 😠
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Gary Digby 22h
Phones really should be banned from amazing exhibitions
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Jill G 18h
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Clare Jones 20h
Completely loved the exhibition . Amazing collection and beautifully put together
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Rebecca Young Jul 21
Time for the Picasso exhibition Love Fame Tragedy
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Bob Jul 21
Off to the Big Smoke on Monday
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Supernova Jul 20
Saw The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 this week and it was simply magical.
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Gregory Lacks Jul 20
Painting by Pablo Picasso at the “Picasso 1932” show at The Tate Modern #1932
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Lottie Jackson-Eeles Jul 20
Summer in the city is made all the more better with a bit of culture soaking! Here are my 5 top recommended shows you need to go see this Summer! Highlights include Modern's exhibition:
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The Art Channel Jul 19
'Picasso: 1932' is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see some of Picasso's most significant paintings side by side. The Art Channel's film at the show provides commentary and a visual record -
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Neil Palmer Jul 18
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Jan Patience Jul 17
My sis-in-law @cathleenxuereb took this picture of me Modern last week. I look like the only visitor to the Picasso 1932 exhibition... such a great show. Picasso’s drawing is sublime.
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schillustration Jul 16
Replying to @schillustration
Making a visual journal 📓✍🏽
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Sarah Batten Jul 16
Finally got to at and it was staggeringly beautiful, especially considering the works are almost all from just one year. membership makes it even more of a must-see when it’s only £5! My favourite work is going on my wall when I get home:
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Beyondships.com Jul 16
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