Potentially very interesting when looking at the development of Picasso art. However the commentary was too long on the handheld devices. Maybe good for the connoisseur but not for the generally interested.
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Malaga's favourite son so you can imagine they put together a great tribute to the man at this museum. Self-guided tour was interesting and informative. As you can imagine his most important works lie elsewhere but worth a visit none the less.
This museum is very well done and is filled with so much of Picasso's most famous pieces. We learned so much about the history of Picasso and the Artistic journey he was on in developing his own unique style.
A small museum showing Picassos works throughout his career. He was a prolific artist and his work isnt for everyone. The museum explains his influences. The audio guide was a bit long winded. A good place to doe doe an hour or two.
The listening devices and the written descriptions were fascinating as they offered more background to Picassos way of thinking about art and imagery. We learnt a great deal about Malaga's most famous son!
Situated in the pedestrian area near the Alcazaba, the museum is hosted in a beautiful building that went through ample restauration works. It offers an interesting perspective on Picasso's development into a leading figure of modern painting. Unfortunately, it lack some famous works of the...More
Whilst I am an art lover and would visit such an establishment in any case, I would recommend this museum to anyone. From what I observed of the clientele during my visit, it appeared to be an eclectic mix of all kinds of folk -...More
Located in the centre of the city and the city where Picasso was born. There's no masterpieces to be found in the museum, but the museum exhibits many paintings that show the evolution of Cubism in Picasso art. There's several of Picasso Musketeer paintings which...More