Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is the first and only artist I remember being introduced to in grade school. He defined Modern Art in such a prolific way, juxtaposing his paintings and ceramics and sculptures into one of the greatest bodies of work which expanded beyond cubism, surrealism and realism. He was his generation’s Miles Davis. Having witnessed his series of works throughout the world, his Blue Period at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, his Weeping Women exhibit at Los Angeles County Museum of Art & obviously seeing Guernica in its rightful home of Spain was a tour-de-force for me.


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