During this exceptional period of containment, everyone is invited to stay home to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
The Ministry of Culture launches the operation #Culturecheznous, the opportunity to discover the exceptional digital cultural offer proposed by the national cultural institutions and in particular the resources of the national Museums of 20th century of the Alpes-Maritimes.
Dears lovers of Pablo Picasso's artworks, throughout the confinement, we have tried to help you escape and enliven your days in a playful and enjoyable way. We participated with joy in the operation #Culturecheznous via our social networks.
A big thank you to France 3 Provence and Olivier Orsini for their spotlight on our digital actions in their regional TV news:
(to see the report, click on the photo below)
Every week, we will offer you a #zoom "iconic work" from our collections.
Musée national Pablo Picasso, La guerre et la paix
(Facebook capture) Pablo Picasso, La Paix, 1952. Oil on wood, isorel, 4.70 m x 10.20 m. Pablo Picasso National Museum, War and Peace Chapel, Vallauris. Photo: © Rmn-Grand Palais / Patrick Gérin. Succession Picasso, Paris, 2020.
(Twitter capture) Pablo Picasso, general view of the chapel: La Guerre (detail, on the left), La Paix (detail, on the right) and Les Quatre Parties du monde (at the forefront). Oil on wood, isorel. Pablo Picasso National Museum, War and Peace Chapel, Vallauris. Photo: ©Musées nationaux du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes. Succession Picasso, Paris, 2020.