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On view at The Museum of Modern Art until February 7, 2016, Picasso Sculpture is the first major exhibit of the artist’s three-dimensional work since MoMA’s 1967 survey The Sculpture of Picasso. The show’s 100 works encompass the different periods in which Picasso created sculptures. The entire fourth floor is devoted to this show and merits at least a half-day to fully appreciate the breadth and depth of his oeuvre (but if you only have an hour or two, don’t miss it).
Good to know: Members can enter the exhibit at 9:30 a.m., an hour before general admission and avoid the crowds.