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EVENTS : ART

Picasso: Mosqueteros

Gagosian Gallery
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Pablo Picasso, Etriente, 1972.

Photo: Rob McKeever; Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Pablo Picasso, Etriente, 1972.

Picasso: Mosqueteros, installation view.

Photo: Rob McKeever; Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Picasso: Mosqueteros, installation view.

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Regardless of your preconceptions of Picasso, the one thing you can expect from Picasso: Mosqueteros, the ambitious show of the artist’s late work currently on view at Gagosian Gallery, is to have your expectations trumped. The sheer scale of the show itself and the strength of the work from the often-overlooked last decade of Picasso’s life are nothing short of impressive. Be sure to spend time with the series of delightfully whimsical and rich works on paper, which his dramatic canvases can easily overshadow.

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