The Picasso exhibition takes place at the Royal Academy of Arts and has been extended until 2 August 2020. The exhibition will open to Friends of the Royal Academy on Thursday 9 July and will open to the public on Thursday 16 July. This follows a nearly 4 months closure due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The exhibition focuses on Picasso’s imaginative and creative use of paper throughout his 80-year career. In total, there will be over 300 works on display including Women at Their Toilette, Violin , Les Demoiselles d’Avignon and drawings including Self-portrait, 1918. A particular highlight will be La Vie, 1903, one of Picasso’s great masterpieces from his blue period. The exhibit will also explore the innovative techniques and materials that Picasso used to push the boundaries of this medium.
The Picasso Exhibition will be on display at the Royal Academy of Arts in London until 2 August 2020. You can see further information, including COVID-19 safety policy, here.