- Photo: Dora Maar (1907 - 1997), Portrait of Picasso, Paris, Winter 1935/36
- Man Ray (1890 - 1976), Pablo Picasso, 1933
- Man Ray (1890 - 1976), Picasso with Yvonne Zervos and another woman
- Madame d’Ora (1881 - 1963), Pablo Picasso, 1955
- Roberto Otero (1931 - 2004), Pablo Picasso, tossing a matador's coin
Pablo Picasso loved to be photographed. In the exhibition ‘Ichundichundich. Picasso im Fotoporträt’ (Me-and-me-and-me. Picasso in Portrait), the ‘Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe’ (Museum for Arts and Crafts)’ in Hamburg is showing numerous photos of the legendary artist, from 13th July to 21st October 2012.
Pictures by the Greats of Portrait Photography
From snapshots to staged poses, the photos offer an insight into the life of Picasso, and the creativity of many great portrait photographers. There will be 250 pictures on display, including works by Richard Avedon, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Man Ray. Most of all, the images show how Picasso saw himself, and how he wanted to be seen – as a student in Madrid, a young artist in Paris or during his years in Southern France.
More information about the exhibition at: www.mkg-hamburg.de