Pablo Picasso

Is Picasso being cancelled?

Pablo Picasso's track-record with women certainly would not make him a feminist pin-up today.

There were two wives, at least six mistresses and countless lovers with a tendency to abandon women when they became ill, a voracious appetite for prostitutes, and some eye-popping age differences (his second wife was 27 when he married her at 79).

Iconic tapestry of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ is back at the UN

The iconic tapestry of Pablo Picasso's "Guernica," which is considered by numerous art critics as perhaps the most powerful anti-war painting in history, returned to its place of honor at the United Nations on Feb. 5 after a year-long absence that angered and dismayed many U.N. diplomats and staff.

Picasso heirs launch digital art piece to ride ‘crypto’ wave

Heirs of Pablo Picasso, the famed 20th-century Spanish artist, are vaulting into 21st-century commerce by selling 1,010 digital art pieces of one of his ceramic works that have never before been seen publicly, riding a fad for "crypto" assets that have taken the art and financial worlds by storm.

Picasso: Writing into Drawing opening being moved to +MSUM

Ljubljana – An exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s illustrations termed Picasso: Writing into Drawing, marking the 140th anniversary of the birth of the great artist, is being moved from the flood-damaged Moderna Galerija to the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (+MSUM). It will open there on 18 November and be on display until 20 February 2022.

Sotheby’s to sell $600 mln of art from Macklowe divorce

Sotheby's has won the rights to sell the highly sought-after Macklowe art collection, valued at more than $600 million, the auction house announced Sept. 9.

The trove, which includes works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Mark Rothko, was the subject of a bitter legal dispute following the high-profile divorce of New York real estate developer Harry Macklowe and his ex-wife Linda.