Pablo Picasso is renowned for his insatiable curiosity and tireless urge for creativity which often led him to mediums beyond painting. Spanning almost seven decades of the artist’s life, the exhibition celebrates Picasso’s experimentation with drawing, printmaking and ceramics and explores the relationship between these different mediums and the ways in which they fostered his creativity. The exhibition also includes rarely seen book-works which testify to Picasso’s draughtsmanship and the supporting memorabilia provides an insight into the artist’s life.
17 March 2018 – 24 June 2018
£4.50 Day Pass or £7.50 Annual Pass | Under 18s Free
Image: Picasso’s Studio Villa La Galloise at Vallauris, 1954, by Lee Miller © The National Galleries of Scotland