The exhibition “Picasso: savant hand, savage eye” is now open to visitors at the Centro Cultural La Moneda
The exhibition contains 135 original works of art by the Spanish artist and includes pieces especially selected to be showcased in Santiago.
Centro Cultural La Moneda is wrapping up celebrations for its 10th anniversary and it is doing so with an exquisite exhibit. The exposition “Picasso: savant hand, savage eye”, visiting from the Musée National Picasso-París, was jointly organized by both cultural centers and is arriving after a highly successful exhibition in the cities of São Paulo and Río de Janeiro.
The exhibit comprises 135 original works of art by the Spanish artist, who is one of the most important artistic icons of the 20th century.
The exhibit includes 35 medium and large format paintings, 41 drawings, 20 sculptures, 20 engravings and 19 photographs, displayed in nine sections covering the artist’s profuse career at different stages, and will allow visitors to discover the creative process of Pablo Picasso in chronological order.
December 14, 2016 – March 5, 2017
Monday through Sunday | 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Exhibition halls Andes and Pacífico | Level -3
Centro Cultural La Moneda, Santiago.
General admission CLP$2,000; students, senior citizens and special admission CLP$1,000
Free admission every day until 1 pm!