|Cuándo:||28 abr de 2020 - 20 sep de 2020|
|Inauguración:||28 abr de 2020|
|Dónde:||Musée national Picasso-Paris / 5 rue de Thoringny / Paris, Ile-de-France, Francia|
|Organizada por:||Musée national Picasso-Paris|
The ethereal beauty and open laughter of Nusch, muse of surrealism and second wife of Paul Eluard, captivated Pablo Picasso as did many photographers, including Man Ray and Dora Maar. This "aerial creature", in the words of Brassaï, was the inspiration for portraits of an extraordinary stylistic variety in which she appears alternately fragile and diaphanous, fierce or elegant. Through a collection of paintings and drawings as well as photographs and archives, this exhibition explores the artist's relationship to his model and highlights the unique place of Nusch Eluard in the networks of friendship established by Picasso in the late 1930s. "Nusch Eluard" is the counterpoint at the Musée national Picasso-Paris of the exhibition "Picasso Eluard, a sublime friendship" presented at the Paul Eluard Museum of Art and History in Saint-Denis from April 23 to July 27.