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Pablo Picasso, "Les Femmes d’Alger (Version L)," 1955, Oil on canvas, 130.2 x 96.8 cm; © National Museums in Berlin, National Gallery / Roman March / Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.
Pablo Picasso, "Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O)," February 14, 1955, Oil on canvas, 114 × 146.4 cm; Private collection © Bridgeman Images / Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.
Henri Matisse, "Odalisque à la culotte rouge (Odalisque with red trousers)," 1924/25, Canvas, 50 × 61 cm; Musée de l‘Orangerie, Collection Jean Walter et Paul Guillaume, Paris © RMN-Grand Palais (musée de l‘Orangerie) / Michel Urtado / Benoit Touchard © Succession H. Matisse / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.
Berlin, Charlottenburg

Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger

Museum Berggruen’s “Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger” brings together works from Pablo Picasso’s late series of the same name and presented with relevant works by other artists.

May 21, 2021 - August 8, 2021

Museum Berggruen’s “Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger” (on view through June 20) brings together works from Pablo Picasso’s late series of the same name and presented with relevant works by other artists. Inspired by Eugène Delacroix’s famous Women of Algiers, the show features creations from Picasso’s own series, which included 15 paintings and over 100 prints and sketches created in the winter between 1954-55. Ranging in date from 1849—2010, other featured artists include names like Delacroix, Henri Matisse, and Halida Boughriet.

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Schloßstraße 1, 14059 Berlin, Germany
May 21 - Aug 8
Museum Berggruen
Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger
Museum Berggruen’s “Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger” brings together works from Pablo Picasso’s late series of the same name and presented with relevant works by other artists.

Exhibitions

Berlin, Mitte |Exhibitions

Mies in Mind

Part of Berlin’s SUNDAY OPEN programming, Sprüth Magers's "Mies in Mind" is a tribute to the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

Marc Padeu: the world is Ours

Marc Padeu's “the world is Ours” features a suite of cinematic canvases portraying imagery of family life.

Brent Wadden

Berlin’s Peres Projects is showcasing an exhibition of Brent Wadden’s geometric abstractions, made through a combination of weaving and painting.

Gilbert & George: THE PARADISICAL PICTURES

Sprüth Magers is showing British artist duo Gilbert & George’s exhibition, “THE PARADISICAL PICTURES” through August 25.

Nicholas Grafia: Free Verse Spirit

Nicholas Grafia’s exhibition “Free Verse Spirit” poses questions on how to approach difficult topics in art.

George Condo: Linear Expression

An exhibition of new works, George Condo’s “Linear Expression” features paintings and drawings displaying the artist’s depictions of human emotion through abstracted, gestural portraits.

Christian Boltanski: Danach

Filling the entirety of KEWENIG’s gallery space, Christian Boltanski’s “Danach” (translating to “Afterwards”) features the artist’s most iconic works.

Loie Hollowell: Sacred Contract

In Loie Hollowell’s “Sacred Contract,” the artist has created a meditation on the experience of labor, utilizing color and form as a means of capturing the painful journey of giving birth.

A FIRE IN MY BELLY

Julia Stoschek Collection’s exhibition “A FIRE IN MY BELLY” features works from the collection by 36 artists exploring experiences of loss and violence.

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