blakegopnik:

Daily Pic: This Picasso drawing, called “Two Figures on a Beach,” is from 1933 – but looks like it could have been made yesterday. (Like Friday’s Daily Pic by Bruce Nauman, it’s from the “Exquisite Corpses” show at MoMA.) The drawing has the doodle-ish, ball-point-pen surrealism that is everywhere lately. You want to resist Picasso, just because of all his success. And then he pulls out a new trick that wins you over. Even a genius  as protean as Nauman can start to look one-note compared to old Pablo. (© 2012 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

Ahead of your time, Picasso.

blakegopnik:

Daily Pic: This Picasso drawing, called “Two Figures on a Beach,” is from 1933 – but looks like it could have been made yesterday. (Like Friday’s Daily Pic by Bruce Nauman, it’s from the “Exquisite Corpses” show at MoMA.) The drawing has the doodle-ish, ball-point-pen surrealism that is everywhere lately. You want to resist Picasso, just because of all his success. And then he pulls out a new trick that wins you over. Even a genius  as protean as Nauman can start to look one-note compared to old Pablo. (© 2012 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

Ahead of your time, Picasso.