The Loveland Museum has a Picasso exhibit you do not want to miss. Picasso: Visage and Posing for Picasso are open to the public now and remain on view in the Main Gallery exhibition space until November 26, 2017.  The exhibition contains 50 works and is on loan from a private collection, Spaightwood Galleries in Upton, Massachusetts and from John Szoke Gallery in New York.

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Picasso: Visage

This exhibit will include 35 print originals and is an exploration not only of Picasso’s expertise over a wide variety of print media, but a continuation of questions posed by the artist himself, “are we to paint what’s on the face, what’s inside the face, or what’s behind it?”

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Posing for Picasso

The unfolding drama of Pablo Picasso’s life often made its way into his compositions, and at times, directed his artistic experimentation.  This exhibit reveals the extent to which Picasso’s models were integrated into his artistic journey and the importance of his studio as a creative theme.

For questions related to the Picasso exhibits or other upcoming exhibitions and events at the Museum, call the Museum at (970) 962-2410.