Le Tricorne: Picasso, Dalí & Falla takes the viewer back in time to showcase the artistic process behind the scenes of the Three-Cornered Hat ballet. Entering the dark-colored rooms, the space opens up immediately with numerous sketches, drawings, and woodcuts. Overall, the show is nicely organized and feels welcoming to visitors.
In addition to the artworks on display, the gallery set up a video projection area where a recording of Le Tricorne plays on a wide plasma screen. Meanwhile, posted on the walls visitors can find well-written informative texts in Romanian and English about the lives of the artists and their works. All of these details play a vital role in creating a stimulating and memorable experience.
By celebrating Spanish culture and the history of this fantastic ballet, Le Tricorne: Picasso, Dalí & Falla brings an often underrated (yet remarkable) artistic project to the attention of the public, undertaken by two of the most important artists of the 20th century.
If you like what you’ve seen so far, make sure to visit Art Safari Bucharest between 12 May and 7 August, 2022 at Dacia-Romania Palace, 18-20 Lipscani.
Art Safari hosts four more exhibitions, including Barbara Klemm, Light and Dark photographs from Germany (curated by Matthias Flügge) and Theodor Aman, the first Romanian Modern Artist (curated by Elena Alariu).