Picasso’s Last Stand reveals the untold story of the last decade of the artist’s life, through the testimony of family and close friends – many of them the people he allowed into his private world in the 1960s. Picasso probably was the most important art voice of the 20th Century. On the other hand, his personal life, full of drama, turmoil, and unsavory situations contrast with his public persona.
As his health declined in these final years, he rediscovered his revolutionary spirit with a creative surge that produced some of his most sexually frank and comic artwork.
This is a great BBC documentary that puts a light on this, his final and somehow controversial years of life.
Until next time
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