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Pablo Picasso painted
Guernica
in 1937, and
it has since become both his most well-known work and a powerful antiwar
statement. Guernica
is
named for the small Basque town devastated by bombs dropped by the National
Socialists during the Spanish Civil War, the event that Picasso depicts in his
agonized, Cubist-influenced painting. Join McDowell for a close reading of the
painting, the historical context surrounding it, and its reverberations in the
present moment.
$25  (student and teacher price available
$10)
CC – 3  Ages Teen/Adult Thursday April 11 6:30 – 8:30pm
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