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Iberia Festival Iberian Suite: global arts remix

March 3–24, 2015
Bullfight Scene with Picador, 20 April 1951 Face of a Faun, [1947-1948] Owls, 9 August 1950

Picasso Ceramist and the Mediterranean

About the Free Exhibition

March 4–22
Open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Last admission at 7:30 p.m.)
Atrium and Atrium Foyers
Free, timed-entry tickets required

Picasso Ceramist and the Mediterranean is a carefully curated, exceptional selection of more than 140 of Pablo Picasso's ceramic pieces that reveal how the prolific artist reshaped the very notions of how clay could be used.

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Exhibition eCatalog

Specially created for Picasso Ceramist and the Mediterranean and exclusively available in an enhanced digital format, our colorful electronic catalog offers an interactive, immersive journey through all aspects of the exhibition. More than 180 pages of rich text and information come alive with videos, audio content, photos, and other multimedia that will be added and updated throughout the festival.

Our eCatalog can be purchased and downloaded directly online or accessed through an eCard with a download code available for purchase at the Kennedy Center Gift Shops. Compatible with Android, iOS, and other systems, our eCatalog can be viewed on a smartphone, tablet, and any personal computer or device that supports a 300 megabyte file. Note: This enhanced eBook is not available for Kindle.

Price: $14.99

Redeem your eCard download code here

Purchase the eCatalog here

For eCatalog support, please contact ebooksupport@anagraphis.com

catalog Photo by David Douglas Duncan © 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Free Forum

Picasso: The Challenge of Ceramics

March 4 at 12 noon
Eisenhower Theater
Free general admission tickets distributed approximately 30 minutes prior in the theater's lobby area

A panel of experts discusses Picasso's ongoing fascination with the relationship between image and object. Many aspects of Picasso's work in ceramics made their way into his painting, printmaking, and sculpture, and vice versa.

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