Nat Geo’s “Genius” revealed today that the focus of the series’ second season will be Pablo Picasso. The first 10-episode season of the scripted anthology series, which just wrapped last night, focused on Albert Einstein. Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Ken...
Press release from Nat Geo, June 21, 2017: National Geographic announced today that the second season of its acclaimed scripted anthology series GENIUS will chronicle the life and work of Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, one of the 20th century’s most...
Ron Howard's series just completed first season with Geoffrey Rush as Albert Einstein.
NatGeo has crowned Pablo Picasso its next Genius, letting the famous painter and sculptor take the reins from Albert Einstein. “The remarkable story of artistic visionary Pablo Picasso is the perfect subject for season two of Genius,” executive producer Ron Howard said in a statement. Show More Summary
Nat Geo has revealed the subject of Genius' second season: Pablo Picasso. Showrunner Ken Biller and executive producers Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Francie Calfo and Gigi Pritzker will all return to oversee Genius' take on the iconic artist, the network announced Wednesday. Show More Summary
Casting on the anthology, the cabler's first scripted original, has not yet begun. read more
Painter Pablo Picasso will be the subject of Nation Geographic’s second season of Genius, a subject described by exec producer Ron Howard as enigmatic, “tremendously fascinating and inspiring.” Howard said in a conference call to reporters...Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio may have received some very expensive paintings in a super shady way. According to artnet, DiCaprio, a known art collector, is reportedly in the process of surrendering a $3.2 million Pablo Picasso painting and a $9 million Jean-Michel Basquiat collage to U.S. Show More Summary
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A portrait ring made by Pablo Picasso for his mistress Dora Maar is going up for auction on June 21st at Sotheby’s and is estimated to sell for as much as half a million dollars. The ring’s central medallion is a portrait of Maar, one of many painted by Picasso during their tempestuous affair. It [...]
Picasso: Encounters, on view at the Clark Art Institute June 4?August 27, investigates how Pablo Picasso?s (1881?1973) creative collaborations fueled and strengthened his art, challenging the notion of Picasso as an artist alone with his craft. Show More Summary
Pablo Picasso?s tender portrait Femme écrivant (Marie-Thérèse) (1934, estimate: £25,000,000-40,000,000) will be a leading highlight of Christie?s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale, in London on 27 June 2017 as part of 20th Century at Christie?s, a series of sales that take place from 17 to 30 June 2017. Show More Summary
An exhibition spanning the second half of the 20th century and celebrating the last 70 years of the oldest photographic cooperative in the world opened in New York Friday. James Dean striding through Times Square, Pablo Picasso holding...Show More Summary
Phillips announced highlights from the upcoming Evening & Day Editions auctions. The Evening sale includes iconic works from Modern and Contemporary masters, including Pablo Picasso?s Nature morte a la pasteque (Still Life with Watermelon),...Show More Summary
Media mogul and philanthropist Jerry Perenchio, one of the richest men in Los Angeles, lived in a Bel Air mansion filled with art — paintings by Claude Monet, Edouard Manet and Pablo Picasso. And among those who reacted to news Wednesday that Perenchio had died at 86 was the Los Angeles County...
Femme assise, 1920 // by Pablo Picasso by Miguel Catalan Via Flickr: MP 0067
For many visitors, Rosc was the first time they would have been introduced to work by international artists such as Pablo Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein, Mark Rothko, Cy Twombly, Agnes Martin, Laurie Anderson among others. Indeed, from 1967...Show More Summary
In the unlikely event that Pablo Picasso had been asked to paint a portrait of a batsman, the resulting canvas might have borne some resemblance to the stance of Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Sotheby?s New York sales of Impressionist & Modern Art concluded today with the ?white glove? auction (100% sold by lot) of unique ceramics and works on paper by Pablo Picasso from the collection of his granddaughter Marina Picasso.Show More Summary
The crowd gasped as his painting of a skull just sold for $110.5 million.