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  • Danish activist/painter Nadia Plesner daubed a canvas she styled as a modern version of Pablo Picasso's antiwar epic "Guernica."

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  • Heading to a new home: Pablo Picasso's "Bust of a Woman," a 1953 oil, for $3 million.

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  • Chim↑Pom, a young artists' collective inspired in equal parts by Jackass and Picasso's "Guernica," have traveled to the Fukushima plant to collect material for their work, and creating installations that challenge policy, and even offer creative, sometimes erotic, ways of making electricity.

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  • My English boyfriend, the painter and sculptor Toby Jellinek, had a workshop near Picasso's studio and we had friends who had a pottery opposite it.

    I Went From Being A Shy, Blonde Teenager To Picasso’s The Girl With The Ponytail

  • Although visitors this summer cannot see this installation or Picasso's own paintings that once crowded the rooms his collection is now at the Musée Picasso in Paris, the château preserves in more powerful and private ways Picasso's deep concern with history during those years.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

  • Alone among Picasso's many homes, Vauvenargues still evokes his presence, because Jacqueline devotedly maintained the château as if Pablo were temporarily absent.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

  • The estate enclosed the 17th-century Château de Vauvenargues, a grand pile that had once been the seat of a marquis and would be Picasso's residence for the next four years, until medical needs prompted him to move to Mougins, near his doctors in Cannes.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

  • In contrast, Picasso's additions are minimal—a few easels, a crude table of materials, two upholstered chairs and one strung with rough cord.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

  • As contemporary photographs record, the simple cord-wrapped chair was Picasso's seat for rumination on works in progress.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

  • The imposing building can recall the monumental Escorial palace of the Spanish kings, yet the really evocative experiences are struck by Picasso's intimate, joyous interventions.

    Picasso Is Lord of This Manor

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