Pablo Picasso’s First Cubist Sculpture Could Fetch $30M At Auction

Pablo Picasso’s First Cubist Sculpture Could Fetch $30M At Auction

Tête de Femme (Fernande), a 1909 cast of a Pablo Picasso sculpture will be offered as a leading highlight of the 20th Century Art Evening Sale this coming May at Christie’s. Considered the first Cubist sculpture by the Spanish master, the work is a study of his lover Fernande Olivier synthesized into three-dimensional form. “Tête … Read more

Zervos Picasso Catalogue Returns To Print

Cahiers d’Art, the Paris-based publishing house founded in 1926 by Greek-born Christian Zervos, announced that ‘The Zervos’ Picasso Catalogue will be reprinted and distributed exclusively through the Sotheby’s Auction House. “Pablo Picasso par Christian Zervos,’ known by many simply as ‘the Zervos,’ remains the most trusted reference to the works of Picasso. ‘The Zervos’ is … Read more

Malaga’s Hidden Gems: Unveiling Top Attractions and Charms

It is not a secret that Spain is a beloved travel destination for tourists from Europe and the whole world. Malaga, a coastal city in the south of the country, is a common stop during anyone’s Spanish holiday. Why? Because of the gorgeous beaches, the relaxed atmosphere, and the sunny weather. Visitors have to actually … Read more