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In their well-judged introduction to the catalogue, curators Temkin and Umland quote the critic, Hilton Kramer, on the 1967 Picasso sculpture exhibition: ‘[it] persuades us for the first time that Picasso [1881–1973] would have to be considered one of the great artists of the century even if he had never painted a single picture’. The 2015 exhibition, occupies the whole...
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