Detroit Institute of Arts opening 'Picasso and Matisse'

Published On: Jul 10 2012 05:59:19 AM EDT
Updated On: Jul 10 2012 12:16:15 PM EDT
DETROIT -

The Detroit Institute of Arts this week opens a display of nearly all of the works in its collection by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.

"Picasso and Matisse: The DIA's Prints and Drawings" opens Wednesday and runs through Jan. 6. It's free with museum admission.

The exhibition will explore the stylistic progression and artistic range of Picasso and Matisse with more than 100 prints and drawings. That includes noted works such as Matisse's 1919 drawing "The Plumed Hat" and Picasso's 1939 work "The Bather by the Sea."

Also Wednesday, the museum opens "Puppets of American Dance," which includes examples of American dance marionettes from its Paul McPharlin Puppetry Collection. That exhibition of elaborate, large-scale marionettes runs through Jan. 16.

Gallery

IMAGES: DIA Picasso, Matisse exhibit

Comments

The views expressed below are not those of Click On Detroit, WDIV, or its affiliated companies. By clicking on "Post," you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and your comment is in compliance with such terms. Readers, please help keep this discussion respectful and on topic by flagging comments that are offensive or inappropriate (hover over the commenter's name and you'll see the flag option appear on right side of that line). And remember, respect goes both ways: Tolerance of others' opinions is important in a free discourse. If you're easily offended by strong opinions, you might skip reading comments entirely.

blog comments powered by Disqus