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puts spotlight on PicassoGracing the halls of Sursock Museum, "Picasso et la Famille" gathers 20 of his works spanning 77 years, from 1895 to 1972, marking notable moments in his tumultuous and emotional family life.Curated by MNPP project manager Camille Frasca and Sursock head of collections Yasmine Chemali, the show is split into four district sections of Picasso's life and artistic career, seen through the lens of his ever changing family dynamic.Picasso's works began to feature several mother and child compositions and depictions of the sensuous female form, creating sculptures that adopted the Synthetic Cubist style.Still married to Kokhlova, Picasso began an affair in 1927 with Marie-Therese Walter, who inspired many works from that time looking at sexuality and fertility. Soon after their child Maya was born in 1935, Picasso began another relationship with Dora Maar.
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