Tuesday, January 12, 2010

An exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea features works painted by Picasso in the decade before his death in 1973, including four from 1967.

“Galleries mounted an impressive string of museum-quality shows. The league leader was the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea, where a lavish retrospective of the Italian avant-gardist Piero Manzoni and a stunning assembly of paintings and prints from Picasso’s last decade, left, made both artists feel brand new.”

The Year in Arts: Roberta Smith (nyt)

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