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The exhibition "Picasso: Metamorphoses - Reflections" at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts opens a dialogue between classical and modern art. Velinazque’s “Menins”, Poussin’s “Abduction of the Sabine Women”, Cranach - “David and Bathsheba”, Delacroix “Algerian Women”, Mane’s “Breakfast on the Grass” inspired the modernist titan to a creative duel. Picasso rewrote the masterpieces of European art in a new plastic language, interpreting textbook plots from the perspective of modern thinking. The irony, sharpening of characters, expression and drama inherent in the art of modern times, formed the basis of the author’s versions of the artist.
Another part of the exhibition was devoted to ancient art, which included illustrations for Ovid’s poem Metamorphoses and Suite Vollara. The mythological plots in the interpretation of Picasso reveal his inner world, full of contradictions and subconscious desires. As F. Olivier wrote about Picasso, “this man, forever searching and never satisfied with what he has found, the implacable enemy of everything that has already been done, will live his life, looking for his art in himself and sometimes wandering there, as in a maze... "
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