Visiting the Picasso Museum in Malaga, Spain, I discovered this "Acróbata", painted in Paris in 1930. The capricious disposition presents the figure in a rotation movement without end. The original painting is square, which may suggest you can hang it from any angle. We could actually rotate it, and the figure almost seems to move around, reminiscent of a circus, or even the Cirque du Soleil.
Impressive!!! He did this in 1930!!!