Almost all his career, Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) was engaged in the printing industry. Not a single print medium intimidated him, and his stunning etching, lithography and linocut forced the artist to deconstruct and reinvent the usual methods. Picasso preferred the opportunity of discovery, rather than technical excellence.
Exhibition "Invisible Picasso"considers selected prints from the artist’s well-known graphic portfolio that are distinctive, rare or infrequently displayed.
The exhibition offers viewers the opportunity to explore the innovative, rare prints of one of the greatest practitioners of the 20th century.