The Hispanic Society Museum & Library - 2024

PARTNERSHIPS AND EVENTS

Panel Discussion: Picasso on the Hudson

Registration for this event will begin on Thursday, January 4 at 12pm Eastern via The Drawing Foundation.

 

panel provides an opportunity for a fascinating conversation about Picasso, his views of Spanish literature and how we understand artworks today.

In 2023-24, New York witnessed exhibitions marking the Picasso anniversary held at the Guggenheim, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and MoMA, in addition to the one at the Hispanic Society.  This roundtable brings together several of the curators organizing them for a discussion of the artist and the experiences of organizing these shows. In process, the panelists will share their thoughts as to how we have perceived this celebrated figure previously and how we might think of him going forward after these exhibitions.

Megan Fontanella, Curator, Modern Art and Provenance, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Lisa Small, Senior Curator, European Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art

Neil Cox, Head of the Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Patrick Lenaghan, Head of Prints and Photographs, Curator of Sculpture, Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Doors open for this event beginning at 10am with light refreshments. The presentation will start at 11am in the Sorolla Gallery.

 

This event is organized by The Drawing Foundation and The Hispanic Society Museum & Library in association with The Drawing Foundation

Registration for this event will begin on Thursday, January 4 at 12pm Eastern.

Image: Pablo Picasso, Don Quichotte et Sancho Panza, c. 1937. Sugar-lift aquatint, scraper, and burin, second state. HSM&L LQ1678

 

Venue: Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Address: 613 W 155th St, New York, NY, 10032, United States

          

 

Image: Pablo Picasso, Don Quichotte et Sancho Panza, c. 1937. Sugar-lift aquatint, scraper, and burin, second state. HSM&L LQ1678