Roving art show brings Picasso to Cuban masses

September 29, 2011 • Entertainment

A security guard stands next to Pablo Picasso’s, “Faunne et Flore d’ Antibes,” on exhibit at the Provincial Museum in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, Tuesday Sept. 27, 2011. The Picasso is from a 120-piece collection donated by U.S. philanthropist Gilbert Brownstone and include works from Joan Miro, Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp. The pieces recently went on display in the western city of Pinar del Rio, known more for tobacco farms than art museums. The tour ends this week and the art returns to its permanent home in Havana. (AP Photo/ Franklin Reyes)

PINAR DEL RIO, Cuba (AP) — A traveling exhibition of art donated by a U.S. philanthropist is giving Cubans outside the capital a rare chance to see works from masters such as Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol that would normally hang in world-class galleries Login to read more

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