I also really liked a piece called: 'The Charnel House' (1944-1945). It is one of Picasso's most political pieces (its was after all painted in the same year that he joined the 'French Communist Party'). It is based on a documentary that Picasso saw about a Spanish family murdered in their kitchen. What I like about the painting is the way that Picasso communicates this in a way that is abstract enough to make a political statement and to show his views but also clearly represents the events that inspired the piece.
We all really liked this piece and for a while we considered making this the focal point of our project, but we eventually decided on this piece:
We chose it because we liked the way that it very simply represented the complicated struggle against war and piece which we felt the whole exhibition had been about. We also felt that the piece was simple enough that it could be open to all sorts of different interpretations.
To finnish this post, here are two more pieces that we also really liked and that communicate Picasso's views about war, peace and equality perfectly: