Synopsis by Sarah Welsh
Anyone who has stood in front of the Guernica -- an artistic and humanitarian tour de force -- has caught a glimpse of the great passion and dazzling technique that are the heart of Pablo Picasso's legacy. His revolutionary and ever-changing style, no less than his tempestuous personality and notorious affairs, made him a cultural and popular icon -- one of the most influential figures of the 20th century. This film by director Didier Baussy-Oulianoff, part of the comprehensive Portrait of an Artist series, offers a closer look at Picasso's life, his creative process, and some of his most intensely personal works of art.
art, artist, ceramics, Cubism, modern-art, painting, sculpture, Spain