On 25 November 2011, located in the heart of Middle Eastern conflict, 1,000 Palestinian children gathered to form an aerial-view image of Pablo Picasso’s Dove of Peace at the foot of the Mount of Temptation in the West Bank city of Jericho, Palestine. As part of a United Nations Relief Works Agency global project, Peace on Earth, and under the direction of the British aerial artist John Quigley, students were positioned to form the outline of the dove with olive branch in tow, accompanied by the insignia ‘Love All’. It was a moving and compelling display of Picasso’s legacy and the universal longevity ...


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