Collection of the Russian Museum, Malaga

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Visit Malaga’s Collection of the Russian Museum and discover 2 new exhibitions from the funds of the Museo Casa Natal de Picasso. By pre-booking your ticket, enjoy skip-the-line entry to the museum and avoid the long waiting times. The Picasso exhibition "Incesante Picasso" features ceramics, engravings, books, photographs, and aquatints. It covers several of Picasso's periods: from the blue and pink period to analytical cubism, synthetic cubism, classicism, surrealism, and free figuration based on the combination of cubist and surrealist elements. The exhibition is divided into various sections, some of which are dedicated to Françoise, Jaqueline, and bullfighting. The books illustrated by Picasso include The Metamorphosis of Ovid and Le Chant des Morts. The photographs are those taken by the photographer Gyenes. Visit the secondary exhibition "La razón de los sueños" (The reason for dreams), which includes different national and international artists such as Joan Ponç, Antoni Tàpies, Francis Bacon, Equipo Crónica, Eugenio Chicano, André Masson, Manolo Millares...eight thematic and formal sections with a wide iconographic repertoire are shown.

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4.8 / 5

based on 5 reviews

The very interesting museum, especially regarding the interesting part that was now on display. The bills that I took out with you made me cringe because they didn't know who you were and they couldn't read the bills. Even so, they saw that we had bought then and they let us in.

A super collection in an renovated old building that showed the works of art at their best in a contemporary setting.