Following the relevant directive of the Ministry of Health, the workshop is cancelled.
Discovering the world of art, inspired by Pablo Picasso’s paintings
The way Picasso viewed the world and captured it in his art forever changed the way we see the world today.
The human face is not an objective reflection, a faithful reproduction of physical traits; it’s a dynamic field, an expressive countenance, a revealing mask.
In Picasso’s oeuvre, we once again meet the African mask, and the mask of Ancient Greek drama; we encounter the universe of the circus, of commedia dell’ arte, as well as the great Renaissance masters, including El Greco and Velázquez.
Drawing from the overflowing abundance of his creative output and playing with techniques, such as collage and assemblage, we will explore our own creative potential under three overarching themes: face, costume, object.
Design–Implementation: Angelos Mentis, Set and Costume Designer, Director
Wednesday 18, 25/03
Meeting point: NLG Lobby
Up to 10 participants
Free admission by online pre-registration (the workshop is conducted in Greek)
For the workshops held between 16/03 and 22/03, preregistration starts on Monday 09/02 at 12.00
For the workshops held between 23/03 and 29/03, preregistration starts on Monday 16/03 at 12.00
Photo Credits: © Succession Picasso 2020
- Femme assise au fichu, 1901
- Le Repas de l’aveugle, 1903