The Art Angle Podcast: Inside the Controversy Over Hannah Gadsby’s ‘Pablo-matic’ Show

An exhibition co-curated by comedian Hannah Gadsby was meant to criticize Pablo Picasso. Instead, the show itself has caught flak.

Pablo Picasso [L] and Hannah Gadsby [R]. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum.

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