Pablo Picasso. Olga Khokhlova

15.11.2018 – 03.02.2019

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Curator: Aleksey Petukhov, Senior Researcher of the Department of 19th and 20th Century European and American Art.

The exhibition is dedicated to Olga Khokhlova, Pablo Picasso’s wife and muse. They met in 1917 when Picasso was working on the costumes and scenery for Erik Satie’s “Parade” ballet. Olga Khokhlova was a dancer in Sergei Diaghilev’s ballet company. The exhibition will include paintings and graphical art works dedicated to Olga Khokhlova from the holdings of Picasso Museum in Paris and other galleries and private collections from around the world.


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