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NUO Hotel Beijing Launches Theme Desert During the “Picasso – Birth of a Genius” Exhibition in Beijing

June 24, 2019 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

As the strategic partner of UCCA, NUO Hotel Beijing is launching the jointly-created theme dessert during the exhibition period of “Picasso – Birth of a Genius” in Beijing.


Jasmine Peach Cake

Inspired by Picasso’s artistic genius, the main dessert has a rich fruit flavour and white chocolate mousse filling, together with edible homemade cookie brushes and jam paint on the palette, giving you a warm and fun-filled colourful afternoon.

The dessert is available from 15 June to 1 September 2019 at Lobby Lounge.

Art is part of NUO’s DNA. Upon entering the hotel, you can immediately feel the artistic ambience and discover bespoke and exquisite art works of different styles created by many of China’s prominent and upcoming artists. Be ready to be inspired by art at every turn!

To coincide with the 55th anniversary of the establishment of China-France diplomatic relations, “Picasso – Birth of a Genius”-the most significant exhibition of work by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) ever to take place in China-will be presented at UCCA between 15 June and 1 September 2019. The exhibition, which offers a comprehensive overview of the first three decades of Picasso’s career, is drawn from the collection of the Musee national Picasso-Paris. There are 103 works in total, including paintings, sculptures and works on paper, etc.

Taken together, these works realised between 1893 and 1921, tell the story of the creative formation and evolution of the most daring, original, and prolific talent in the history of modern art. The exhibition, curated by Emilia Philippot, curator of the Musee national Picasso-Paris, has been conceived and organised specifically for this presentation at UCCA and in China.

The three decades under consideration here were a period of artistic discovery and ferment for the young Picasso, whose style underwent numerous changes, from the academic realism of his student days to this post-war return to classical style after the great Cubist adventure; from the alternately somber and carnivalesque motifs of the Blue and Rose periods to the primitivist-explorations which ultimately led to the multiple phases of Cubism. Accordingly, while reaffirming the coexistence of several seemingly contradictory languages in Picasso’s works, the exhibition will put some artworks from the artist’s personal collection into dialogue with his own productions, thereby highlighting the painter’s affinities with the works of his predecessors or contemporaries.

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