Olga's trunk / Bernard Ruiz-Picasso -- Picasso never had a Neoclassical period--just an Olga period / Joachim Pissarro -- Muse and model -- Melancholy -- Olga Picasso as model: a domestic revolution / Émilie Bouvard -- Story of a life -- Olga Picasso: between France and Russia / Thomas Chaineux -- A new direction -- Motherhood -- Paul -- Metamorphosis -- On the screen -- Olga on the screen: another facet of Madame Picasso / Émilia Philippot -- Bathers -- Circus -- Studio -- Bullfights and crucifixions -- Olga in the 1930s: "the worst time of my life" (Pablo Picasso) / Charles Stcukey -- Eros and Thanatos -- Olga's lives / Caroline Eliacheff -- Olga's roles: her portrayal by biographers / Michael C. FitzGerald.
"Olga Picasso" is a survey of works from the years 1917 to 1935, when Picasso was married to Russian ballerina Olga Khokhlova. More than 350 paintings, drawings, writings, and photographs chronicle Picasso's production during these interwar years. The exhibition shows how Picasso's feelings towards his spouse and muse shifted over the years, but also showcases the other themes preoccupying the artist at the time. Spanning 14 rooms over two floors, subjects range from the personal belongings of Kholkhova and Picasso's studio, domestic and family scenes, to bullfights, crucifixions, the circus, and more.
Painters' spouses -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
Artists' models -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
Exhibition catalogs. (lcgft)
Picasso, Olga -- Exhibitions.
Picasso, Olga -- Influence -- Exhibitions.
Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973 -- Exhibitions.
Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973 -- Relations with women -- Exhibitions.