In 1956, David Douglas Duncan, a famous American war photographer for Life magazine, met Pablo Picasso in his villa “La Californie” in Cannes. Henceforth, a real friendship was born between these two geniuses. It will last until the death of Picasso in 1973. The photographs of David Douglas Duncan, become icons of the twentieth century, plunge us in the intimacy, the creativity and the love life of Pablo Picasso and his last companion, Jacqueline. The photographs of David Douglas Duncan are kept at Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin.
David Douglas Duncan, Duncan – Picasso
24 June – 5 November 2017
Centre d’art contemporain Walter Benjamin
Place du Pont-d’En-Vestit
Centre d'art contemporain Walter Benjamin
Place du Pont-d'En-Vestit 66000 Perpignan France
June 24, 2017 to November 05, 2017