A new series of art history lectures linked to major exhibitions in London begins with a talk by Rosalind Whyte entitled "Picasso 1932- Love, Fame and Tragedy"
In its first solo exhibition of Picasso’s work, Tate Modern is focusing on 1932, a year that was highly significant for Picasso, both personally and professionally. With over 100 paintings, as well as sculptures, drawings and family photographs, the exhibition will provide a fascinating insight into an artist at the height of his artistic powers.
Rosalind Whyte, our lecturer, has a Masters from Birkbeck College, and a Masters degree in Art History from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London. She is a Guide and Lecturer at Tate Modern, Tate Britain and the Royal Academy, and used to lecture at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London.
Tickets £10 include a glass of wine.
(Image: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) The Dream (Le Rêve) 1932 Private Collection)