I have finally completed my steady reading of the excellent excellent Robert Rauschenberg: Breaking boundaries, and put the book onto my shelves, and stood there thinking about what I should read next. There is no shortage of choice, but still buzzing from the Rauschenberg I was unsure of what kind of subject I wanted next.
The artist about whom I have most books is Picasso, and I remembered that it has been probably a couple of years now since I finished Volume II of John Richardson's biography. So, my decision was made: my next serious read is A life of Picasso, Volume III: The Triumphant Years 1917 - 1932.
Not only do I want to get back into the swing of the biography; but this volume will fit in so nicely with my recent input from the Burra, Sutherland, Picasso and Modern British Art, and Vaughan exhibitions, catalogues, and Burra biography.
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