Educational space
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Educational space

As a prelude to the exhibition, an educational space provides visitors with everything they need to know about Picasso’s life, as well as reading material to give a better understanding of his works, before they enter the second immersive and sensory section. The main themes of the exhibition are carefully laid out and clearly presented in two ways: one for adults and the other for children.

 

By visiting this exhibition, the viewer will gain a better knowledge of the artist’s work and also a greater understanding of the most revolutionary movements of the 20th century that Picasso either invented or touched upon.

Le peintre espagnol Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) dans son atelier au chateau Grimaldi a Antibes en 1946  ---  Pablo Picasso in his workshop in Antibes in 1946

© Michel Sima / Rue des Archives