Picasso Live from Tate Modern
Sky Arts gives viewers a front row seat at the most exciting exhibition of the year, ‘The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy’, from London’s Tate Modern.
Presenter Kate Bryan hears from celebrity guests, art experts and Picasso family members as she explores why 1932 has been called Picasso's 'Year of Wonders'. This includes Vic Reeves on how Picasso flirted with Surrealism and photographer David Bailey on the artist's genius for portraiture.
The programme is broadcast live from the Tate, and viewers are given the chance to explore masterpieces like The Dream, one of the most expensive paintings ever sold at auction (150 million dollars in 2013)