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My husband isn't a biggest fan of art so I thought that this museum would be a boring experience for him. Wide selection of pictures and sculptures did interest him and also the audio narration was simple and easy to understand.
Visit there will give you a great overview on Picasso’s art and how it evolved - it is interesting to see and have your own opinion on Picasso’s art. During the visit you can borrow an audio guide for free. We entered museum on Saturday...More
This museum is housed in a beautiful 16th century mansion. The gallery rooms are large and the displays are well presented and not crowded. For your entry fee you get a hearing unit that explains many of the pieces. There are two galleries on two...More
This museum houses lots of Picasso’s early sketches and sculptures. It is curated over two floors and a recorded device is available in many languages to give you more of an insight into the man and his work. The reason for only 3 stars is...More
Loved exploring this beautifully planned museum. The art of Picasso himself, as well, there was an interesting documentary of Fellini dreaming about Picasso at that time. The museum staff are very helpful and the layout is very interesting. You get an explanation through listening to...More
The Andy Warhol Mechanical Art exhibit at the Picasso Museum is excellent and includes a large selection of Warhol's work over the years showing his artistic development. I'd never seen before the Warhol's videos on display. The interactive corners set up in the Museum were...More
We stopped by this museum and enjoyed the art. You know what you are getting with Picasso and while he’s not my favorite artist and there’s no Guernica here, it still offers a good number of pieces through several periods and it’s Picasso so if...More
Will waking around Malaga we stubble to the Museo Picasso , can't say I am large of fan but went for it with an open mind looking at what I describe as large brush strokes with no meaning , took the time and patience to...More
Walking the streets and alleyways of the historic Malaga you come to a large door of the museum. Stepping inside of this beautiful villa that houses the Picasso museum, you are taken back to an earlier time of Spanish wealth and history. No this was...More