New York, New York – 4th Annual Michelangelo Painting Festival: The Past, Present, Future
New York City’s Michelagon Museum has announced a new exhibition and performance art event called Michelacolor, a celebration of the art of painting from its origins to the present.
The program will feature works by renowned artists including Pablo Picasso, Frank Stella, Pablo Pichel, Pablo Neruda, and other artists from the early 1900s to present.
“Michelangelo’s paintings are the most important thing that we have in this world today, but they are not the only thing,” said Artistic Director Daniel Fischbach.
“We are not talking about a lot of things.
We are talking about painting, painting, and painting again.”
The event will take place from May 17 through May 21 and will feature work by artists like Pablo Picassos, Frank Liszt, Pablo Ribera, and others.
The first annual Michelacholor is held each year on May 16 and 17.
This year, the festival will take over the main exhibition floor in the museum, featuring works by Picasso and Riberas.
It will also feature works from Stella, Picasso’s grandson, and Picasso himself.
Michelagons first edition of Michelacan was published in 1929, and it was followed by the second edition in 1954.
The new edition is titled “Michele: Past, Past and Future.”
Michelachos second edition of the exhibition features works by Riberias Picasso.
This one features work by Stella.
The third edition of this show is titled Michelangelo: Present, Present and Future.
It includes works by Stella, Stella, and Ribes.
The fourth edition of these paintings is titled Picasso: Past and Present.
This is the last one in the series.
The first was published after the assassination of Pablo Picas, who died in 1973.