When Fellini dreamed of Picasso


#PARIS “When Fellini dreamed of Picasso” is the new exhibition proposed by the Cinémathèque Française. A unique opportunity to show the public the deep admiration Fellini had for the painter. Throughout the scenography, the pieces interact and resonate, revealing, not without a wink, the affinities that unite the two masters beyond their respective medium. We are witnessing crossovers of subjects that Fellini shared with Picasso such as women, sexuality, circus, dance, bullfighting. By penetrating their mental space in this way, the exhibition provides a better understanding of the creative processes common to these two sacred monsters of art.

From April 3 to July 28, 2019

When Fellini dreamed of Picasso

The French Cinematheque


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