100 years ago, Pablo Picasso journeyed to Italy for a few extraordinary weeks with Jean Cocteau, Igor Stravinsky and the company of Sergei Djagilev’s Ballet Russes. Now out from Skira Editore, a fully illustrated publication catalogues this important voyage and the development of Picasso’s art during the post-war years.
Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism 1915-1925 examines Picasso’s production in the years after his experience in Italy. Featuring essays from eminent Picasso scholars and over 100 works from collections around the world, this rich monograph examines the relationships and influences between Italian culture and art and one of the 20th century’s most well-known and respected artists.
Published by Skira Editore
Hardcover, 208 pages with 100 color and 60 black and white illustrations
Price: £ 36.00 / $ 50.00 US / $ 67.50 CAN