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Tate Modern Picasso Show Charts One Extraordinary Year: 1932

In 1932, Pablo Picasso was 50 years old and art critics were asking whether he was yesterday’s man. He proved them wrong with an outpouring of creativity that is charted in the exhibition “Picasso 1932 — Love, Fame Tragedy,” opening this week at London’s Tate Modern gallery. More than 100 paintings, drawings and sculptures, all from 1932, show Picasso’s influences, including his rivalry with Henri Matisse, his interest in psychoanalysis and his passion for younger lover Marie-Therese...

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