Picasso: Origins of his Art
Speaker: Alejandra Carazo
Date: 13th December at 18:00 (Spanish time)
My lecture will delve into the origins of Picasso's imaginery.
Themes and images that continue to appear in his work from his beginnings till his last pieces, mostly linked to his Mediterranean roots.
More than 80 years of work reflecting life and death, family, religion, the minotaur and the bull, greek mythology, and his cannibalization of the great masters of art.
From his very first known bullfight oil painting at the age of 8 to his very last musketeers at 91 years.
His great variety of techniques and his constant research into new ways of artistic expressions.
His life among artists friends and many other that enriched his personal and artistic life.
How to watch this lecture
a) in the Cultural Centre
Just turn up at the door, as we used to do.
Entrance is free to members of the 2223 season. Members of other branches of The Arts Society are charged €5. Everyone else will have to pay €10. So don't forget to join/renew before the lecture!
b) at home, streaming using Zoom
On the day before the lecture ...
- Members of the 2223 season will be sent an email with a direct link.
- Non-members on our mailing list (ie friends and people who were members last season but haven't yet renewed) will be sent an email with a link to the pay page (€10).