Picasso Exposition Opening 2020 in New York
Never underestimate the power of pretty women. Pablo Picasso set a record when his 1955 painting of a harem of colorfully dressed women, “Women of Algiers (Version O),” sold for $179.4 million—the most ever paid for a work of art at auction.
The price surpasses the $142.4 million paid two years ago for Francis Bacon’s triptych, “Three Studies of Lucian Freud,” as well as earlier record of $120 million for Edvard Munch’s tortured “Scream.”
The Museum of Modern Design has invited collectors of Picasso art and prime locations to join as associates for the exhibition to support United Nations International Children‘s Emergency Fun.
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