Picasso in 1932

At the age of 50, enjoying a new level of fame, Picasso created some of his most iconic canvases in 1932. To coincide with Tate Modern's major exhibition 'Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy', curator Nancy Ireson explores the highs and lows of this landmark period in the artist's career. Before joining Tate, Ireson curated at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Courtauld Gallery and The National Gallery.

Advance booking required. Talks last for approximately 45 minutes with a short time for questions. Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the evening talks. Wine and juice are available to purchase at evening talks.

Thursday 22 March 2018, 1.00pm
£6 Adults | £4 Friends 

If booking a Friends ticket, you will need to enter the three digit Friends number found on your special green Friends Annual Pass. Please note that only one discounted ticket may be booked per Friend.

Image: Picasso's Studio Villa La Galloise at Vallauris, 1954, by Lee Miller © The National Galleries of Scotland

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The Lightbox Gallery and Museum, Chobham Road, Woking, GU214AA Date and time 22 March, 2018 13.00 - 14.00
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