Today, Friday November 25, 2022, the Museo Picasso Málaga held the second of its annual meetings of the Board of Trustees, whose agenda included, among other items, the approval of the 2023 Action Plan to implement the exhibition and activity programme for the coming year, in which the museum is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is taking part in the international programme ‘Picasso Celebration 1973–2023’.

Today, Friday, November 25, 2022, the Museo Picasso Málaga held the second annual meeting of the board of trustees. Among other items, the agenda included approving the 2023 Action Plan to implement the programme of exhibitions and activities for the coming year, in which the museum turns 20 and is participating in the ‘Celebration Picasso 1973–2023’ international programme.

The Museo Picasso Málaga is actively involved in this international event with two exhibitions. Picasso: Matter and Body, curated by Carmen Giménez, will run from May 9 to September 10 next year; The Echo of Picasso, curated by Eric Troncy, will be on show from October 3, 2023, to March 24, 2024. The display Dialogues with Picasso. Collection 2020–2023 will continue to offer visitors to the Museo Picasso Málaga a thematic and chronological survey, enabling them to gain a deeper understanding of Picasso’s artistic career. The programme ‘Celebration Picasso 1973–2023’ is promoted by the Spanish National Committee for the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, and the Musée National Picasso-Paris; the coordination of the bi-national committee brings together Spanish and French cultural and diplomatic administrations, as well as the support of Telefónica, the collaborating company in Spain.

Weighing up 2022, it should be noted that both the MPM Collection and the temporary exhibitions that opened during the year, – Brassaï’s Paris. Photos of the city Picasso loved; Face to Face. Picasso and the Old Masters; Paula Rego; and Picasso as seen by Otero have had a good reception from the public and have been widely reported on, by national and international media.

The art museum’s board of trustees meets twice a year to implement the main courses of action of the Museo Picasso Málaga and to monitor its activity in order to ensure that Pablo Picasso’s work is preserved, exhibited, studied, and disseminated. The Foundation views the Museo Picasso Málaga as a hub for cultural and social outreach and promotion, to which citizens come, not only to enjoy its heritage but also to take part in educational activities and benefit from cultural services.