|by Meg Zimbeck||Museums, Europe, France, Paris||0|
Following last winter's 24-hour party Picasso exhibition at the Grand Palais and this summer's Picasso celebrations all over Provence, art lovers may be getting a little sick of the Spanish painter.
If so, absence should make their hearts grow fonder. The Musée Picasso, which houses the most extensive collection of Picassos in the world, is now closed for renovation.
These renovations are expected to keep doors closed through early 2012. We'll keep you updated with more precise information when that becomes available.
In the meantime, devoted fans will still be able to see ten Picasso works at the Centre Pompidou (Place Georges Pompidou, 4th arrondissement).
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