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Picasso’s daughter Paloma named administrator of his estate

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Paloma Ruiz-Picasso, the youngest of Pablo Picasso’s four children, has been named administrator of the artist’s estate, replacing her brother Claude. Their mother, the French artist Françoise Gilot, died in June. Estate lawyer Jean-Jacques Neuer said France 24 earlier this week that the move is ‘very important for the art world’; he did not respond to a request for comment.

The Picasso Estate manages works owned by Claude Picasso and Paloma Picasso, his late daughter Maya Widmaier Picasso (Marie-Thérèse Walter’s daughter) and two of his grandchildren, Marina and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso.

“These five heirs [have] a form of co-ownership (the property consisting mainly of the intellectual property rights attached to the work and to the name of Pablo Picasso)”, specifies the website of the estate which provides information on the rights of reproduction, resale and the restrictions of diffusion. At the beginning of last year, the domain blocked the sale of more than 1,000 NFTs (non-fungible tokens) which must be released by Marina and her son Florian.

Paloma Picasso is represented in several of her father’s works, including Paloma at orange (1951).

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