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Picasso (band)

Picasso (ピカソ Pikaso) is a Japanese rock band which made its debut in 1984 with Honki! Tricky Lady. In 1986, their experimental sound gained them wide popularity among anime fans with their hits Cinema and Fantasy, both theme songs for the anime TV series Maison Ikkoku. After not releasing anything since 1995, the band signed with Metronom Records in 2000 in order to produce and handle new talent.

Picasso (disambiguation)

Picasso is a name of Italian descent, and may refer to:


PICO is an experiment searching for direct evidence of dark matter using a bubble detector of chlorofluorocarbon ( Freon) as the active mass. It is located at SNOLAB in Canada.

It was formed in 2013 from the merger of two similar experiments, PICASSO and COUPP.

PICASSO (Project In Canada to Search for SupersymmetricObjects, or Projet d'Identification de CAndidats Supersymétriques SOmbres in French) was an international collaboration with members from the Université de Montréal, Queen's University, Indiana University South Bend and Czech Technical University in Prague, University of Alberta, Laurentian University and BTI, Chalk River, Ontario. PICASSO is predominantly sensitive to spin-dependent interactions of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) with fluorine atoms.

COUPP (Chicagoland Observatory for Underground Particle Physics) was a similar project with members from Fermilab, University of Chicago, and Indiana University. Prototypes were tested in the MINOS experiment far hall, with a scaled-up experiment also operating at SNOLAB. It used trifluoroiodomethane (CFI as the medium.

Picasso (album)

Picasso is an album by the David Murray Octet released on the Japanese DIW label. It was released in 1993 and features performances by Murray, Rasul Siddik, Hugh Ragin, Craig Harris, James Spaulding, Dave Burrell, Wilber Morris and Tani Tabbal.

Picasso (play)

A Picasso is a two-character stage play based Jeffrey Hatcher. Originally commissioned by Philip Langner and the Theatre Guild. A Picasso received its world premier by The Philadelphia Theatre Company at Plays and Players Theater, in Philadelphia, opening on May 31, 2003.

In occupied Paris, 1941, Pablo Picasso has been summoned from his favorite cafe and taken to a storage vault for an interrogation by Miss Fischer, a "cultural attache" from Berlin. She has been ordered to authenticate three Picasso paintings recently "confiscated" by the Nazis from their Jewish owners. The Nazi Ministry of Propaganda has planned an "exhibition" to burn "degenerate art." Picasso engages Fischer in a desperate negotiation to save his work while the pair disucss art, politics, sex, and truth.

Picasso (crater)

Picasso is a crater on Mercury. It has drawn scientific attention because of the large, arc-shaped pit crater located on the eastern side of its floor. Similar pits have been discovered on the floors of several other Mercury craters, such as Beckett and Gibran. These pits are postulated to have formed when subsurface magma subsided or drained, causing the surface to collapse into the resulting void. If this interpretation is correct, pit-floor craters such as Picasso provide evidence of shallow magmatic activity in Mercury's history.

It is named after the Spanish painter and modern artist Pablo Picasso.

Picasso (restaurant)

Picasso is a two Michelin star restaurant run by chef Julian Serrano in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The name is derived from the artist, Pablo Picasso and features the artist's paintings throughout the restaurant. The restaurant is known for its reinvention and interpretation of French and Spanish Cuisine. Today, the restaurant holds two Michelin stars, the AAA Five-Diamond Award, a 28/30 rating from the Zagat guide, the Wine Spectator Grand Award since 2001, and is considered to be one of the finest restaurants in the United States.