Archive for October, 2010

The Met’s Tinterow on Picasso

October 1st, 2010

Recently at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC was an exhibition of hundreds of works by Picasso from the museum’s permanent collection. Curator Gary Tinterow talks with Charlie Rose in a revealing, warm, and varied discussion of Picasso, the Met’s checkered history toward the artist, and the discoveries they made while putting together the exhibition. It’s quite long (it is an episode of Charlie Rose, after all) but you’ll be rewarded with a candid history and an in depth look at several of the more significant works from the show, such as Seated Harlequin from 1901.

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