Picasso is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, and his life was just as interesting as his work. Born in Malaga, Spain in 1881, Picasso began painting bull fighting scenes at the young age of 9. As he grew older he became known for painting himself as a mythological monster called Minotaur – half-man, half-bull – who craved women who would feed his life and art. His encounters with them produced some of the most extraordinary portraits of the century.
Picasso’s unique ability to reconstruct the female form to near total abstraction has led many to question how much of an influence these women had on him personally and artistically; a question that will be answered in an upcoming documentary film. This movie will draw from interviews with those closest to Picasso in order to provide an insightful portrayal into the life and works of this great artist. In it we will see how Picasso’s relationships with various women affected both his personal life and artwork, and even further gain insight into how they were left changed afterwards.
Not only will viewers get to explore Picasso’s innermost secrets and struggles, but also get a glimpse into his most intimate relationships through stories told by those who knew him best. This thought-provoking documentary is sure to give us a deeper understanding of one of the world’s most iconic creative geniuses; don’t miss out on this opportunity!