Prince/Picasso


Museo Picasso Málaga, Spain

  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, acrylic, pastel and charcoal on paper
    96,5 x 76,2 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, charcoal and acrylic on canvas
    123,2 x 101 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel, acrylic and charcoal on canvas
    149,9 x 171,5 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    149,9 x 149,9 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    149,9 x 193,4 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    149,9 x 221 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    149,9 x 267 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    147,3 x 114,3 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    147,3 x 114,3 cm
  • , Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    147,3 x 114,3 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    147,3 x 114,3 cm
  • Untitled (Picasso), 2011
    Ink jet, oil crayon, pastel and charcoal on canvas
    147,3 x 114,3 cm

Press release

Richard Prince approached the subject of Picasso in this exhibition by using a tactic of radical cannibalisation of the artist, causing the spectator to feel somewhat alienated and warning us to revise our perceptions and conventional views on the desire. Growing recognition of Prince’s work by the professional art world, while not devoid of controversy, has made him one of the most closely-watched artists on the international contemporary art scene.

Museo Picasso Málaga hosted the world premiere of an exhibition that comprised 38 large-format paintings and 51 small-format collages and photo-collages created by the US artist over the last two…