(ANSA) - Faenza (Ravenna)

The International ceramics museum in Faenza, near Ravenna, will  host two big exhibitions next year 2019, on Miquel Barcelò in the spring and Pablo Picasso in November.
    The first exhibit will be for the Spanish artist Barcelò's ceramic production ,it will be inaugurated at the end of May.
    While The other exhibit, whose exact date has yet to be released, is a unique project conceived for the museum in Faenza, where the artist's work will be displayed alongside the permanent collection, in particular local art, organizers said.
    The show 'Picasso. La sfida della ceramica' (Picasso. The challenge of ceramics) will open on November 1 next year.
    The 60 pieces to be showcased will be loaned by the Musée Picasso in Paris.
It is said that the exhibit is part of the project 'Picasso Mediterranée', which over the past two years has contributed to the organization of over 40 events across Europe, involving 100 institutions.
    The permanent collection of Faenza's ceramics museum already includes artwork donated by Picasso to help it rebuild its contemporary collection after artwork was destroyed during World War II.

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