Picasso—questioned, but not cancelled: we speak to the curators of the Brooklyn Museum show
'Pablo Picasso, like our audiences, can handle complexity'
Hannah Gadsby's take on the (in)famous artist at the Brooklyn Museum is all about engaging in difficult dialogues, says the museum's director Anne Pasternak
Picasso show co-curated by comedian and self-confessed ‘hater’ Hannah Gadsby will dig into complexity of artist’s legacy
The Brooklyn Museum exhibition aims to “create a space for these conversations to happen” rather than “cancel” the artist
With upcoming Picasso exhibition, comedian-turned-curator Hannah Gadsby will have the last laugh
The exhibition will address the issues of "misogyny, masculinity, creativity, and ‘genius’" that Gadsby raised in her celebrated Netflix special "Nanette"
Hannah Gadsby: taking down art history's misogyny through comedy
From the High Renaissance to Picasso’s questionable moral compass, the Tasmanian comedian is bringing an exploration of art's patriarchy to a new audience