a concept that includes a broad diversity of possibilities and that took into account the programming at the time of theMusée national Picasso-París («Olga Picasso») and the Museu Picasso de Barcelona («Picasso. Portraits»).
The selection of papers was conducted by a scientific committee made up of academics and representatives from the Musée national Picasso-Paris, the Fundació Palau and the Museu Picasso de Barcelona.
The call for papers aimed at being open, diverse and global, encouraging participants to submit proposals for presentations related to the theme Picasso and Identity. In addition to scholars, critics, and curators, we hoped to attract a wide variety of participants, including artists, writers, and students. The deadline for submission was 15 November 2016.
Likewise, candidates were proposed to address the topic of Identity in the most creative terms, without being constrained by conventional definitions. We offered the following suggestions of themes within the topic of Identity as a means to stimulate proposals, without seeking to limit lines of inquiry.
Michael FitzGerald: Professor of Fine Arts, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut
Maria Choya: Director of the Fundació Palau .
Emilie Bouvard: Heritage Curator. In charge of paintings (1938-1973), research, publications and contemporary art, Musée national Picasso-Paris.
William Jeffett: Curator of Special Exhibitions, The Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg FL.
Malén Gual: Curator of the Collection, Museu Picasso de Barcelona.
Marilyn McCully: Art historian, Picasso specialist, editor and exhibition organiser.
Emilia Philippot: Graphic Arts Conservation Officer, Musée national Picasso-Paris.
Claustre Rafart: Curator of Graphic Arts, Museu Picasso de Barcelona.
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