This exhibition contains some of Lee Miller’s intimate photographs of Picasso and the world that surrounded him. Some of these images have become so well-known that they are etched onto the popular imagination, even if very few people are actually aware that it was Lee Miller who took them. There are also photographs she took after World War II of her husband Roland Penrose’s visits to Picasso, as documentation for his acclaimed 1958 biography, Picasso: His Life and Work. It was in preparation for that book that they travelled together to Malaga to immerse themselves in Picasso’s childhood. [ftp]
There are more photos and a short video at the link.
Traces et Mémoires Photographiques de mon Musée Imaginaire
"Works of art are born of those who confront danger, who go to the limit of an experience, to a point beyond which no human can go. The farther one ventures, the more distinctive, the more personal, the more unique life becomes."