Exhibition at Pablo Picasso Graphics Museum Covers Almost 70 Years of Artistic Creation


MUNSTER.- On its 10th anniversary the Pablo Picasso Graphics Museum, Münster, is focusing on the theme of the studio picture in the works of Picasso. “I don’t say everything, but I paint everything,” the artist is purported to have said once. The studio pictures are among the most intimate things the artist ever revealed about himself. It is a recurring theme in the work of the great Spaniard. The exhibition “Pablo Picasso – In the Artist’s Studio” covers a period of almost 70 years of artistic creation, beginning with two drawings from the early work of the artist and ending with the erotically charged works of the late 60s. Some 160 paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphics and photographs are exhibited in Münster. The heirs of the artist are supporting the anniversary exhibition with generous loans. Well-known institutions and private collections in Germany, France, Spain, Great Britain and Switze