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June 28, 2018

“Picasso’s Kitchen” is the first exhibition to look at the constant presence of the kitchen in the life and works of Pablo Picasso. The display offers nearly 200 works from museums, institutions and private collections, offering a new perspective on the artist.

picasso cookingThe exhibition offers a chance to discover the restaurants which helped shape Picasso’s career, such as Le Catalan, located near his workshop in Rue des Grands-Augustins; to see still life works such as those depicting the tomato plant growing in his studio or an eel stew made by Jacqueline, and to discover the iconography and culinary references in the artist’s poetical and theatrical writings. Summarizing; it is reflect on the kitchen as a metaphor of the creative act.

The chef Ferran Adrià is a collaborator with the display, establishing a dialogue between Picasso’s creative process and contemporary culinary creation.

Nearly 200 works from museums, institutions and private collections from over, have a chronological journey through the life and work of Picasso and allow us to consider new perspective from the artist.

The exhibition is a part of the project “Picasso-Mediterranée”, an initiative of Paris-national Picasso museum.


Where:  Museu Picasso

When: Until 30th of September, 2018

Tickets: Collection + temporary exhibition: 14€, Temporary exhibition: 6,50€, Reduced price:  Collection + temporary exhibition: 7,50€, Temporary exhibition: 4,50€, Children under 18 years old: free

Timetable:  Monday: 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sundays:  9am to 9:30pm, Thursday: until 9:30pm

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