Today we share with you the true version of Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece – “Le Chat et Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” – the Cat and the girls of Avignon:
Les Demoiselles d’Avignon showed a radical break from traditional composition and perspective in painting, and We played an important role in this break. We generously made an intervention into the set-up and kindly broke a plate with fruits, giving additional dynamics to the scene.
One of the girls, you can see her right of Us, didn’t appreciate Our help and shouted: “OMG, this cat is just a blockhead!”
“Block head, cube head, great idea!” the artist exclaimed and began to paint. It was the beginning of cubism.
But the art critics of the time didn’t understand innovation and mocked at the artist, calling him “Picatso”
The true painting was hidden for more than a century and now it’s time to reveal the truth!
Just compare it to the commonly known version, from MoMA museum:
You see that the artist was more than a century ablockhead of his time!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat