The Picasso Fundacion has undergone modernisation and in my opinion a certain sanitisation. Previously it was housed in a courtyarded villa which has now been incorprated into a very modern extension. Picasso left Malaga when he was 19 and never returned - I wonder why? The collection is a poor representaion of the 20th century's most original artist. Just a few early works, no cubist pictures, mostly second rate pictures from the thirties. Some of his ceramics looked like thay had been recovered from the dustbin, in particular a moulded dish that had not been properly fired which was cracked and covered in scorch marks. I'll bet Picasso would have been embarassed if he knew that was on display. (I have a degree in the History of Art) The little bistro in the Fundacion is excellent !!!
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