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Viewing Picasso by Terry d’Alfonso

‘Love is the greatest refreshment in life,’ said Picasso, the undisputed genius painter who bled his women for his art. Among them was his first wife Olga, a Ukrainian-Russian ballet dancer at the Ballets Russes whom he abandoned for the young Marie-Thérèse Walter.

But before long Walter too was cast aside for the fiery Dora Maar, a gifted artist, poet and photographer who intellectually challenged Picasso. But perhaps too much as, yes, you’ve guessed it, she too was replaced by a new leading lady: Fançoise Gilot. And on it went.

Should he be judged or forgiven? Terry d’Alfonso’s critically acclaimed play leaves you to decide.

Co-adapted for solo performance and directed by Guy Masterson, this Playground Theatre performance promises to be an ‘explosive, deeply passionate voyage of self-revelation’. With multi-award winner Peter Tate in the title role, we couldn’t be more excited.

But hurry! It’s only running for just over a week and tickets are selling fast. See you there.

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25 January 2023 — 04 January 2023
The Wick - Viewing Picasso by Terry d’Alfonso
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Viewing Chris Ofili: The Seven Deadly Sins

The Wick - Li Hei Di
The Opposite of Black is Red, 2018
Maryland Ins)tute College of Art, Bal)more, ML
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Viewing London Gallery Weekend

La vague, 1896

Oil on Canvas,
121 x 160.5 cm
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Viewing Bathers

The Wick - The Power of She, Installation Shot
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Viewing The Power of She

The Wick - Gary Simmons
Ghost Town Skies
Oil paint and cold wax on canvas
213.4 x 274.3 cm / 84 x 108 in
Photo: Keith Lubow

© Gary Simmons
Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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Viewing Gary Simmons This Must Be the Place

The Wick - Vicomtesse Jacqueline de Ribes and Raymundo de Larrain, New York, Flatbed scan of 105.53.
Scanned for the 2022 Avedon Centennial Exhibition
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Viewing Avedon: Glamorous