Visitors to London will have the pleasure of attending two very interesting exhibitions.
Tate Modern presents a Pablo Picasso exhibition titled “The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame Tragedy.” The exhibition will last until 9 September 2018 and presents the artist’s creations in year 1932 month by month, the most creative year of Picasso. More than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings are mixed with family photos and snapshots of his private life.
Along with the Picasso exhibition, Tate Modern’s visitors can see a retrospective for the groundbreaking artist Joan Jonas, who began her career in the 1960s, was very creative in the mid-1970s and for five decades since then she remains curious and creative. Performer and visual artist, Joan Jonas experimented with video art in her beloved city, New York, and her themes include cities, the planet’s climate change and life threatened everywhere.
Joan Jonas will appear live alongside other artists as part of the BMW Tate Live: Ten Days Six Nights.
Visitors have the option of buying a joint ticket for both exhibitions.