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Exhibition: "Formes et Métamorphoses", the ceramic creation of Picasso

Cultural, Exhibition in Vallauris Golfe - Juan
  • In 1946, Picasso, on holiday in Golfe-Juan, met Suzanne and Georges Ramié, founders of the Madoura workshop, where he made a few pieces in clay and with whom he began a collaboration the following year...

  • Although he had already had some experience of ceramics, it was in Vallauris, a pottery town, that Picasso really discovered the different techniques and quickly learned to master the subtle work of clay and colours.
    Picasso was not content with decorating forms but wanted to use all the artistic potential offered by the material. Estimated at between 3,500 and 4,000, Pablo Picasso's ceramic works appear to be abundant and innovative: he appropriated, diverted and reinterpreted them by...
    Although he had already had some experience of ceramics, it was in Vallauris, a pottery town, that Picasso really discovered the different techniques and quickly learned to master the subtle work of clay and colours.
    Picasso was not content with decorating forms but wanted to use all the artistic potential offered by the material. Estimated at between 3,500 and 4,000, Pablo Picasso's ceramic works appear to be abundant and innovative: he appropriated, diverted and reinterpreted them by revisiting the history of this medium in the diversity of its origins.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • Accessibility
    • Not accessible in a wheelchair
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  • From May 6, 2023 to October 30, 2023
  • Concession
    3 €
  • Adult
    6 €
  • Student
    3 €
  • Free on the 1st Sunday of each month
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Schedules
  • From May 6, 2023 until October 30, 2023
    Closed On Tuesday
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