Picasso: Imaginary Portraits

April 22 - July 23, 2023

Exhibitions are free with General Admission.

An IMAS collection favorite returns this spring. Picasso: Imaginary Portraits consists of a series of lithographs designed by Pablo Picasso in the final years of his life, in collaboration with the renowned lithographer and chromist Marcel Salinas (1969-1972). Under Picasso’s direction, Salinas produced a limited edition of twenty-nine “Imaginary Portraits.” Picasso painted the images on scraps of cardboard and then hired Salinas to produce the technically involved lithographs for world-wide distribution.

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