Original broadcast date: 22/11/1966

00’00" Leader. 00’07" Ludo Bekkers introducing the report on three exhibitions by Picasso opening at the Grand Palais, Petit Palais and Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. 01’20" Photographs of Pablo Picasso working in his villa at Mougins. 01’50" Museum staff unwrapping sculptures. 02’20" Photographs of Picasso's birth certificate, photographs of Picasso from childhood to adulthood. 03’05" Sculptures (heads of women) being installed in a room: final moments. 04’05" The public and press rushing in, alternating with a Beatles concert (Help). 05’40" Journalists filming and photographing paintings. 06’50" Photographs of Spanish bullfights, drawings of bullfights. 07’47" Painted vases and ceramics, alternating with photographs of Picasso. 08’33" The second day of the exhibition, Secretary of State André Malraux escorted by the Republican Guard visiting the Grand Palais, greeting fashionable Paris, looking at the paintings and defining just what makes Picasso so important, for the benefit of the press. Details of the Demoiselles d'Avignon and Woman Weeping. 12’10" Paintings and sculptures. 13' 30"
(Source: Jef Cornelis 1964 - 1990, Espace Art Contemporain : Maison de la culture et de la Communication de Saint-Etienne, 1991)

  • Year 1966
  • Duration 00:13:30
  • Languageinfo
    Spoken: Dutch/ Flemish
  • Artists