February 25: Visualizing War: Pablo Picasso & Guernica
Wednesday, February 25th - 7:00-8:30 pm at 510 Museum & ART space
Perhaps one of Picasso’s most prominent and powerful works, Guernica remains one of the most hotly contested and debated artworks in the history of art.
Join Lori Goldstein, Program Manager of the Arts Council of Lake Oswego, as she explores the complexities of Guernica. Guests will examine elements such as style, space, color and symbolism to explore multiple interpretations surrounding why the artist might have chosen to visualize war in a manner unlike any artists before him or since thereafter.