Exhibition room 2. Modernisme
and Anti-Modernisme

Rusiñol was one of the leading figures of the Barcelona art scene of the time and had been at the forefront of some of the most significant cultural initiatives of the late nineteenth century.

Picasso’s relationship with the Modernist movement was ambivalent in that he absorbed themes and discourses but at the same time maintained a critical distance, producing a series of works which reflected a satirically critical view of the Modernists.

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