Final Day of Exhibition is Sunday, May 9
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 8, 2021)—Picasso. Figures will remain at the Frist Art Museum for one additional week, now closing on Sunday, May 9. The exhibition Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories will also remain on view during the extension. Nonrefundable advance timed entry tickets for the extended days are required and available here. Tickets allow entry into all current exhibitions, including Picasso. Figures.
“Through the incredible generosity of the Musée national Picasso-Paris, we are thrilled to offer the exhibition to our guests through Mother’s Day,” says Frist Art Museum executive director and CEO Dr. Susan H. Edwards. “Attendance has been consistently strong through the entire run of the exhibition, and we hope these extra days will allow anyone who is interested a final chance to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity.”
The exhibition offers an in-depth look at Pablo Picasso’s career-long fascination with the human figure as a means of expressing a range of subjects and emotions. Featuring 76 paintings, works on paper, and sculptures, Picasso. Figures is making its exclusive U.S. appearance at the Frist. After Nashville, the exhibition will travel to the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in Quebec City, Canada, before returning to Paris.
Masks are required for all who are able to wear them safely (ages two and older). The Frist Art Museum occupies a structure leased from the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency and is in compliance with Mayor Cooper’s Executive Order 7, which requires all people in government buildings to wear masks. Guests must bring their own masks; the Frist will not provide them for visitors.
Read more about the Frist’s health and safety procedures.
Picasso. Figures is organized in collaboration with the Musée national Picasso-Paris. It was conceived and organized by Emilia Philippot, curator, and François Dareau, associate curator, Musée national Picasso-Paris.
Platinum sponsor: HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health
Gold sponsors: Lynn, Ken, and Lauren Melkus and Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp
Bronze supporter: The Hays Foundation
Supported in part by our Frist Patrons
Hospitality sponsor: Union Station Hotel
Education and community engagement supporters: The Windgate Foundation and First Horizon
The Frist Art Museum is supported in part by The Frist Foundation, the Metro Nashville Arts Commission, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Buddy Kite: 615.744.3351, bkite@FristArtMuseum.org
Ellen Jones Pryor: 615.243.1311, epryor@FristArtMuseum.org