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Picasso, Ateliers Hugo - Men of Gold

Pablo Picasso - Publisher Musée Magnelli / Silvana - Hardcover - 96 pages - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2023

At the heart of the artistic revolutions that swept through the twentieth century, starting with Cubism, which turned traditional aesthetic representation upside-down, Picasso played a pre-eminent role. He also asserted this artistic modernity in other ways, particularly by disrupting the hierarchical relationship between fine art and the decorative arts.

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Model 9788836654994
Artist Pablo Picasso
Author Collectif
Publisher Musée Magnelli / Silvana
Format Hardcover
Number of pages 96
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 305 x 215
Technique(s) 90 illustrations
Published 2023
Museum Musée Magnelli - Musée de la Céramique de Vallauris

Exploration of different media appears very early in his artistic process, but it emerged most significantly in the post-war years, when he worked increasingly with craftspeople or specific professionals, including François Hugo for gold- and silverwork. The last-mentioned appears to be perhaps one of Picasso’s least-known collaborations, which long remained confidential. It began in 1956 and was pursued until 1967. Through this association, nearly 70 pieces were created.

To mark the 50th anniversary of Picasso’s death, through the exhibition Picasso/Ateliers Hugo: Men of Gold, held in partnership with Ateliers Hugo, and the accompanying catalogue, the Commune of Vallauris Golfe-Jean has decided to present an opportunity to dive into the heart of this remarkable set of works.

Contents

Introduction
Céline Graziani

Souvenirs
Pierre Hugo

Picasso/Ateliers Hugo : Men of Gold
Nicolas Hugo

François Hugo or the Art of Transcribing and Enhancing Pablo Picasso's Ceramics
Élisabeth Valency-Lagarde

Archives

Catalogue

The silver plates

The gold sculptures

The gold medallions

Bibliography

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