From now through May 12, the Art Institute of Chicago will display the work of the legendary Pablo Picasso in a unique exhibit. This event draws from the museum’s own exceptional archives and private collections throughout the city.
Exactly 100 years ago, in 1913, The Art Museum of Chicago became the first museum in the country to present the work of young Picasso. Since then the relationship between the preeminent 20th century artist and the museum blossomed as the museum continued to collect his work. This exhibit is the first large-scale Picasso show organized by the art museum in more than 30 years.
For information on the show, please visit the Picasso and Chicago homepage here.