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There is a deformed bottle of wine in "Picasso's Kitchen," a colander in the place of a woman's head and a ceramic plate with inlaid fish bones.Strolling through the exhibition is like making one's way through a multicourse meal, with more than 180 works of art – some of them borrowed from other museums or private collections – scattered about 10 galleries.The cherry on the cake, as it were, is that one gallery has been designed by molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adria – the Picasso of Spanish cookery – who has imposed his vision of the creative process in the kitchen with diagrams and photos of his dishes.The exhibition has borrowed works from around 30 museums and private collections, including some of Picasso's most famous creations – such as his 1914 sculpture "Glass of Absinthe" and his 1914 painting "Restaurant"."Picasso's Kitchen" is up at Barcelona's Picasso Museum through Sept. 30 .
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