Pablo Picasso and Maya, Clinique du Belvédère, Boulogne-Billancourt, September 6th, 1935 (left)
Pablo Picasso, Maya and the dog Riki, Boulevard Henri IV, Paris, August 1944 (right)
The one ho has curated the exhibition is no other than Maya’s daughter herself, Diana Widmaier Picasso, who has designed this expo in memory to her loving parents. This fall, the Gagosian Gallery in Paris will host the Picasso et Maya: Père et Fille (Picasso and Maya: Father and Daughter) which explores the relationship between the painter and his daugher, born in 1935.
From her very birth until her adult years, Maya has been a continuous inspiration and muse for her father, Pablo Picasso, who would constantly draw, paint and photograph her from different perspectives and angles. From the portraits, to the photo albums, sculptures, videos, and unpublished letters, the exhibition is a proof of pure love. ablo Picasso, Maya à la poupée dans les cheveux, 1943, Pencil on paper, pin, fabric and ribbon, 37 x 31 cm
Pablo Picasso, Maya à la poupée dans les cheveux, 1943, Pencil on paper, pin, fabric and ribbon, 37 x 31 cm (left)
Pablo Picasso, Portrait de Maya de profil, 1943, Graphite and crayon on vellum12 1/4 x 14 5/8 inches31 x 37 cm (right)
Pablo, Maya, Jacqueline and daughter Catherine
Pablo Picasso, Femme au béret rouge à pompon, 1937Oil on canvas 25 9/16 x 18 1/8 inches65 x 46 cm (left)
Pablo Picasso, Maya au tablier, 1938, Oil on canvas 28 9/16 x 20 1/2 inches72.5 x 52 cm (right)
You can visit Picasso and Maya: Père et Fille, until December 22, 2017, Gagosian Gallery, Paris, 4 rue de Ponthieu, 75008.