A Graphic Journey presents an insightful gathering
of approximately 60 prints by one of the great
masters of the 20th Century, Pablo Picasso. It
provides a unique window into a significant era
in art history and takes a serious look at the
artist’s development and creative process.
Best known for his paintings and sculptures,
Picasso was also a major innovator in the
medium of printmaking. He made prints
throughout his career — his first in 1899,
when he was still a teenager, and his last in
1972, when he was 90 years old.
The exhibition illustrates the three major phases
of Picasso’s printmaking career, as well as his
signature artistic themes. A special feature of this
collection is the number of proofs it contains.
These proofs illustrate the unique working
relationship Picasso maintained with his printers
and their workshops, and allow for close
examination of the working process behind it.
Organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.