On the 50th Anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death in 1973, the Elmhurst Art Museum will host an exhibition dedicated to the famed Modern artist.
With multiple galleries of his work, the show will provide context for his lasting influence and legacy. The three-part exhibition will include an introduction with works by Picasso and his contemporaries, a gallery focused on the artistic process of Picasso’s late printmaking work, and a response by contemporary figurative artists today.
Sep 09 to Jan 08
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