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Art in Afternoon concludes with Picasso April 17 The final art film/lecture in this year's series of Art in the Afternoon, hosted by artist Anne Hanna and sponsored by the South Coastal Library, will be on the greatest artist of the 20th Century, Pablo Picasso. The pro- gram will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, April 17. Due to con- struction at the library, the pro- gram will be at the Ocean View Church of Christ at the corner of Route 26 and West Avenue in Ocean View. Picasso's life was long and he was one of the most prolific artists ever, spanning a period, or many periods, from realism and romanticism at the turn of the century to modern art, cubism and abstraction more than 75 years later. What more can be said - well, a lot more if you are Rosamond Bernier of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Her film, "The Picasso I Knew, the Picasso Nobody Knew," is a classic. Why? She knew him personally and she knew him well. As the young editor and founder of the Paris art magazine L'Oeil, she went to visit him in Paris shortly after World War II. She was courteous, didn't ask for anything, was genuinely interest- "Harlequin and His Companion," by Pablo Pieasso, 1901. ed in what he was trying to do, and spoke Spanish. He took a lik- ing to her immediately and took her on a rare tour through his stu- dio to see work that had not yet been shown to the public. She quickly became one of the few, in not the only journalist he ever trusted. As their professional rela- Cape May Jazz Fest set April 18-20 CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 - 107 Gallery One to mark second year April 19 Gallery One will celebrate its second anniversary with a recep- tion from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 19, at 117 Atlantic Ave. in Ocean View. Gallery One was established in 2006 by a group of 16 local artists who present artwork in a wide variety of traditional and contem- porary styles. All of the artwork is either orig- inal or limited edition prints. The gallery also offers sculpture and dichroic glass jewelry and work- shops. The anniversary will display the artist's choice of artwork. For more information, call 537- 5055, or visit www.gallery- onede.com. The Cape May Jazz Festival presents many of the finest "young lions" in jazz today during its 29th festival, The Next Wave, set for Friday-Sun day, April i8- 20. The Next Wave features an elite up-and-coming new breed of artists, each honoring the leg- endary players who came before. The Rippingtons, featuring Russ Freeman, will be featured Friday April 18. Having spent much of the past 20 years on the Billboard Jazz Charts, the "Ripps'" early person- nel included David Benoit and Kenny G, and have featured guest stars including Arturo Sandoval, Willy Chirino, Dave Grusin, Joe Sample, Dave Koz, Bob James and Kirk Whalum Saturday night will include a performance with the Cintron Latin dance party. Other Next Wave performances include Javon Jackson, Tim Price with Rachael Z, Winard Harper, Leon Jordan Jr. with El Shafer, Neal Smith and the Chris Bergson Blues Band. For more information, visit www.CapeMayJazz.org. tionship grew, he even sent her to Barcelona to meet his mother and family and to see his private col- lection. He never threw anything away, and there she found literal- ly thousands of paintings, draw- ings, sculpture, and other pieces of art that no one had ever seen before. 00vE,00Y THOR..eDAY THROOGH gONDAY ,kJsl go FI,00H ! 2q Rehobofh Avenae 302-226-10qq DON'T FORGET...WE CATER I