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Ariel Dorfman discusses his play about Picasso in Nazi-occupied Paris; a Picasso paradigm shift at the Nasher; Carolina Ballet explores Picasso's relationship to modern dance

Picasso from three angles 

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Ariel Dorfman discusses his play about Pablo Picasso

In Picasso's Closet, this phantom called Balzac asks Picasso, "Don't you want to be who you were at the beginning? With nobody between you and the terror?"

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A new conversation about Picasso at the Nasher

It's astonishing to consider that Picasso and the Allure of Language is the first major exhibition to have focused on the importance of text and language in Picasso's work.

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It's no stretch to explore Picasso's relationship to modern dance

Carolina Ballet's Picasso explores the narratives in Picasso's works more than what makes up their uniquely visual genius.

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