A celebration of the multiform human body
Pablo Picasso, Portrait de Dora Maar, 1937. Huile sur toile, 55,3 x 46,3 cm. Musée national PicassoParis Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / Mathieu Rabeau © Succession Picasso – SOCAN
"Picasso à Quebec" is a major international exhibition not to be missed in the summer of 2021.
Designed by the Musée national Picasso-Paris (France) based on its remarkable collection, in collaboration with the MNBAQ, this new exhibition will assemble a selection of 77 works, including 45 major paintings produced between 1895 and 1972.
The MNBAQ is focusing on a key facet to which Picasso devoted himself throughout his career, the multiform representation of the human body, and the exhibition will enable visitors to appreciate and, above all, become more aware of, unusual beauty.
June 12 to September 12, 2021 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday -10h00AM-6h00PM Wednesday -10h00AM-9h00PM Thursday -10h00AM-6h00PM Friday -10h00AM-9h00PM Saturday - 10h00AM-6h00PM
Adults $25/ Seniors (65 and over) $23/ Ages 18 to 30 $15/ Ages 13 to 17 $7/Children (12 and under) Free