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The art of competition: the experience of Picasso and Matisse
The most famous rivalry in the art world shows us how competition can inspire and be productive. Pablo Picasso could not have created his masterpiece “Avignon girls” in 1907, if not for the “oppressive” presence of Henri Matisse. We present you 4 lessons of productive competition from the world of art.
Picasso was outraged, disappointed, but inspired by the revolutionary style of the French artist and the way he defiantly retreated from classical artistic norms. Continue reading
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