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PICASSOPathfinder Instruments for Cloud and Aerosol Spaceborne Observations (NASA)
PICASSOPioneering Caller Authentication for Secure Service Operation (speech recognition software)
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Throwing himself into his new passion, Picasso produced hundreds of ceramic pieces, fascinated by the malleability and durability of clay, the unpredictable end result, and the combination of artistic techniques (painting, sculpture, pottery) inherent in ceramic-making.
At the same time, the exhibition includes Cypriot antiquities, grouped in such a way as to highlight specific themes, shapes and motifs of antiquity, whose echoes archaeologists discern in Picasso's works.
A convincingly prosthetics-aged Banderas plays Picasso in his later years, with Alex Rich as the youthful artist.
Why were you hesitant to play Picasso? I had this reticence to play him because he was big.
The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame, Tragedy, runs from March 8 to September 9 at Tate Modern.
In fact, in his 1977 biography of Picasso, Pierre Daix quotes the artist as saying: 'You have got to be able to picture side by side everything Matisse and I were doing at that time.
The PureTech 130 S&S EAT6 automatic will be available on the Feel and Flair versions, while the PureTech 110 S&S 6 speed manual will be available on the New C4 Picasso Touch Edition.
Citroen, a France-based automaker, is to launch the facelift versions of the Citroen C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso in the United Kingdom this September.
A vibrantly colored Picasso painting of a harem of women in Algiers became the highest selling painting ever at auction.
Smiling together, this remarkable snapshot captures the moment Pablo Picasso and his war photographer muse Lee Miller were reunited following the 1944 liberation of Paris.