Wednesday, March 23, 2005
The Picasso Museum in Malaga is stunning.
Museo Picasso Malaga openned a few years ago and is a moving experience of Picasso's lifetime of works.
This has become one of Malagas prime attractions and now that I have been there I know why. The setting is perfect. The museum is located in an old palace converted into an amazing art experience. It felt very natural and authentic. It must have been the doors and the roof which was done with lots of love and precision by the craftsmen. Seemed they all wanted to pay tribute to their fellow countryman and superior artist. The permanent collection is made up of donations of his grand son and his wife. It was amazing to see the quality of the brush stroke and the maturity of the compositions in works he painted at the age of 16. What is so amazing with Picasso is that there was nothing like him before and nothing like him after. Seeing it here concentrated gives a even greater respect for one of the greatest men of the 20th century. There was no audio guide to the museum or other good material to learn more from. I was also a bit surprised of their strict policy on photography, as I just a week ago visited the new MOMA in New York where photography was ok without a flash. I actually think a liberal policy on photography is good for business. Just think of this post without the images they would not get a post and free advertising if I did not have these images. So please change your policy!
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