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How Picasso the Sculptor Ruptured Art History by Jerry Saltz

Pablo Picasso, Chair Cannes, 1961. Musée National Picasso–Paris. 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
 

How Picasso the Sculptor Ruptured Art History
by Jerry Saltz
Link courtesy Vulture 

On October 9, 1912, Pablo Picasso wrote a letter to Georges Braque, his confrere in Cubism, whom he later derided as “my wife” and who, for his part, described himself and Picasso as “two mountaineers roped together.” “I am in the process of imagining a guitar,” Picasso wrote — a line that still sends shivers. Click to read full article on Vulture

 

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