Organized by the Cleveland-based museum and the Royal Academy of Arts, in collaboration with Musée national Picasso, the exhibition entitled Picasso and Paper is now open at the Royal Academy of Arts London, displaying over 300 works spanning Pablo Picasso’s 80-year career, encapsulating the artist’s great regard for the paper medium.

Experimenting with everything from newsprint, napkins, and decorative wallpaper to create collages, sculptures, printmaking pieces and more, this month, Picasso’s creative process is directly presented by the Royal Academy.

Highlights of the exhibition include studies for the artist’s acclaimed Guernica, a colossal collage of Femmes à leur toilette and sketchbooks revealing how some of his greatest masterpieces took shape, including Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.

The exhibition is open from now until April 13 in London, and from May 24 to August 23 in Cleveland. Glance through images from “Picasso and Paper” below. 

 

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