School of Paris

Pablo Picasso | Delphi | May 11 – June 10

Explore 55 rare, authentic posters by Pablo Picasso, along with 20 representative ceramic pieces by the artist, in the exhibition "Pablo Picasso: The Brilliant Champion of Art and Democracy Through Rare Posters and Ceramics." Hosted at the European Cultural Center of Delphi (, this exhibition showcases pieces from the renowned collection of Werner Rothlisberger for the first time in Gre

Is it possible to have too much Picasso?

Why can't the world get enough of Pablo Picasso? On the 50th anniversary of his death, it seems the appetite for the Spanish master is inexhaustible.

Picasso's ceramics, Picasso's sculptures, Picasso and feminism, Picasso's use of white, celebrity photographs of Picasso... the list of exhibitions marking the half-century since his death on April 8, 1973 runs on and on.

Mondrian painting hanging upside down for 77 years

A painting by Dutch abstract painter Piet Mondrian has been hanging upside down for 77 years, says a curator at the German museum.

A large retrospective of the avant garde artist's work went on display Saturday at the Kunstsammlung museum in Dusseldorf, and one of the pieces on show is "New York City 1," painted in 1941.

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).

Bozlu Art Project presents ‘Fahrelnissa Zeid: Towards a Storm’ exhibition

Bozlu Art Project Mongeri Building is presenting an exhibition prepared in tandem with the publication of "Fahrelnissa Zeid: Toward a Storm," which is one of the most comprehensive monographs on the life and works of Fahrelnissa Zeid (1901 - 1991), who is considered one of the most significant woman artists of 20th century.