SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA — The San Diego Museum of Art presents Picasso, Miró, Calder, an exhibition showcasing nearly 50 works by three of the greatest 20th century artists. The exhibition highlights loans from private collections and a number of recent and promised gifts to the Museum including a major oil painting by Pablo Picasso, Femme assise, 1949; an untitled drawing by Picasso, 1971; the Joan Miró painting, Femme, oiseaux, constellations, 1974; as well as a number of prints by both Picasso and Miró.
The exhibit also includes a diverse selection of works on paper including prints, drawings and paintings rarely on display due to the light-sensitive nature of these works. In addition, the exhibition celebrates the return to view of several important sculptures such as Miró’s monumental bronze Solar Bird and the recently reinstalled Spinal Column by Alexander Calder at the front entrance of the Museum.
Picasso, Miró, Calder is currently on view through December 6, 2009.
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