Starting the organisation of each edition of the Big Draw is like starting out on an adventure. It is a magic moment full of possibilities and of doors that open up as you advance, through which you can get a glimpse of different worlds full of ideas and colour. (more…)
The work and the interest of Pablo Picasso for the publishing world is a field which is not explored much and one which brings up numerous surprises, both in the field of current publishing, and more especially in that of bibliophiles. It is in this field, obviously, where we find the most personal projects. Inside the catalogue raisonné of books illustrated by Picasso: Brigitte Baer, Picasso, peintre graveur: vol. 3. Berna, Kornfeld, 1986 (more…)
For the latest session of the Reading Club, we counted on the presence of Àlex Matas to pay a small homage to Carlos Pérez (1947-2013), who, in his time at the Reina Sofia Museum and at the IVAM, amongst others, bwas one of the key figures in the definition of the evolution of contemporary art museums in our country. (more…)
We have asked Montse Morales to write a text about the Big Draw. As someone who has known the Big Draw since its early days in London, she had been looking for an institution that wanted to bring the Big Draw to the city, and it was she that offered us the idea, made us understand it, and encouraged us to go ahead with it. Montse is a psychologist and professor of Visual and Plastic Arts Education; responsible for the art section of the children’s and youth’s magazine Cavall Fort and coordinator of the Urban Culture blog of the Master’s Degree ...
This February, the work from the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston Two women in front of a window, painted by Pablo Picasso in 1927, can be visited in the gallery B2 of the museum until the 3rd June. Pablo Picasso,1881-1973. Two Women in Front of a Window. Oil on canvas. Canvas or panel: 397.8x130.8 cm. Frame: 101,6x135.3x5,1 cm. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Gif of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore N. Law (more…)