The exhibition Picasso, les chemins du Sud, follows in the painter’s footsteps along the Côtes d’Azur. These photos capture different facets of Picasso’s final years, which were filled with both work and leisure. The fifty large-format photographs taken by Henri Traverso, André Villers, Ralph Gatti, David Douglas Duncan and Lee Miller, capture Picasso among his friends, the photographer Brassai, the engraver Piero Crommelynck and the guitarist Manitas de Plata.
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