1. Picasso- Transfigurations 1895-1972I frankly recommend this one (just came back from the museum today, it was fabulous!). It's a fascinating retrospective dedicated to Picasso's different approaches to human figure over the years of his artistic practice. Learn about his lovers, political views, rivals and friends. Get to see rarely exhibited studies, sketches and tiny sculptures. You can even watch short footages of Picasso painting and speaking. You'd better hurry and hop on the next plane. The renowned ladies' man will be leaving soon - the exhibition lasts only until the 31st of July 2016!
2. ModiglianiIf you miss your date with Picasso, you'll have more time to reach this guy. He'll be residing in Budapest until the 2nd of October 2016. This exhibition does not have a general theme which allows all the unfamiliar with Modigliani to really get to know him. It smoothly introduces his biography and places his art well into context. You will be able to closely study his sculptures, sketches, portraits and nudes. Visit the museum's website: Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest
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