Bringing together more than 300 works spanning the entirety of Picasso’s career, this ground-breaking exhibition will showcase how one of one of the greatest artistic minds of the 20th century experimented with paper. Included in the exhibition are sketchbooks, illustrated poems and letters that reveal intimate insights into the artist’s life.
Image credit: Pablo Picasso, Women at Their Toilette, Paris, winter 1937–38; Collage of cut-out wallpapers with gouache on paper pasted onto canvas, 299 x 448 cm; Musée national Picasso-Paris. Pablo Picasso Gift in Lieu, 1979. MP176; Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / Adrien Didierjean; © Succession Picasso/DACS 2019
Visitors will not be readmitted.
Flash photography is not permitted in the gallery.
All areas of the buildings are accessible, Except Gallery 6 on the Mezzanine Level in Burlington Gardens.
There are accessible toilets available on the ground floor of Burlington House and Burlington Gardens. There is also an accessible toilet on the lower ground floor of Burlington House, next to the Dining Room in the Keeper’s House.
Portable folding stools are available for use in the galleries and can be collected on your way into the exhibition.
Please exchange your voucher at the entrance.
Vouchers are only valid for the date booked.