Inspiration through June 9

pacegallery: Throwback Thursday: Pablo Picasso originally created Dove of Peace (1966) for a scarf celebrating the Third World Festival of Youth and Students in 1951, the motto of which was “For Peace and Friendship – Against Nuclear Weapons.” The festival was held in Berlin during a period of growing international tension between the Soviet Union and the West. Springbok Editions, a notable maker of expensive, complex, and well-crafted puzzles, commissioned this jigsaw puzzle in the 1960s. This product was brought to you courtesy of Lawrence Banka and Judith Gordon.Photo by Lloyd Hryciw. Post via Art Markit.  Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style opens tomorrow, October 31, at 32 East 57th Street and at 534 West 25th Street. The exhibition will remain on view at both venues through January 10, 2015.

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Throwback Thursday: Pablo Picasso originally created Dove of Peace (1966) for a scarf celebrating the Third World Festival of Youth and Students in 1951, the motto of which was “For Peace and Friendship – Against Nuclear Weapons.” The festival was held in Berlin during a period of growing international tension between the Soviet Union and the West.

Springbok Editions, a notable maker of expensive, complex, and well-crafted puzzles, commissioned this jigsaw puzzle in the 1960s. This product was brought to you courtesy of Lawrence Banka and Judith Gordon.Photo by Lloyd Hryciw. Post via Art Markit

Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style opens tomorrow, October 31, at 32 East 57th Street and at 534 West 25th Street. The exhibition will remain on view at both venues through January 10, 2015.