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Massacre in Korea – Picasso (Part 5: THE END)

So you know Massacre in Korea’s backstory, technical analysis, comparison with Guernica and the critical reception – but have we all come to the same conclusion? Mine is below but you can feel… Continue reading

Electrocuted olives and animated trains – when Intel does art

The press release for Remastered arrived in my inbox the other day and I must say it looks rather exciting! It’s a short-running exhibition at One Marylebone (a venue I’m rather partial to)… Continue reading

The Massacre in Korea

As part of my undergraduate degree I wrote a thesis on why Massacre in Korea (1951) – one of Picasso’s only overtly political paintings – was a complete and utter failure. I’m currently… Continue reading