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Throughout his life Picasso created a huge body of work, including paintings, drawings as well as sculptures, that travelled around the world. It seems impossible to grasp how and where the objects moved. One project group at Coding Dürer tries to solve this problem and help us understand the provenience of Picasso’s work by using digital tools. They use OpenRefine to handle the metadata provided by the Met Museum and the MoMA. D3 offers great timeline librarys to visualize time and place. Combined with information about Picasso’s life and exhibitions their interactive tool can show us how Pablo and his work moved throughout time.