Picasso Exhibition at the AGO.
I finally made it to the Picasso Exhibition at the AGO. (imported from the Musée National Picasso in Paris).
I have seen his works (as many have;) in various galleries around the world - most recently being MOMA but found this collection in Toronto to be rather interesting as it is only making seven stops worldwide. The exhibition showed a large collection of his work, from photographs and works on paper to oils, bronzes and sculptures - apparently one of the largest of his collections ever seen on this continent,
The last Picasso show in Toronto, entitled “Picasso and Man,” was held in 1964.
Open for five weeks, it is said that the "landmark exhibition" drew more than 106,000 people during its five-week run.
As you know, I do enjoy galleries and this exhibition did not disappoint. I do have an appreciation of art regardless of where it is located and in so many forms. It is such a great opportunity to be able to have some exposure to it wherever you are.