Pablo Picasso’s imaginary portraits can now be enjoyed by all at the International Museum of Arts and Science in McAllen.
The exhibit features 29 litho-graphs designed by Picasso in the final years of his life. The pieces were made possible thanks to renowned lithographer Marcel Salinas.
Serena Pandos, IMAS President and Executive Director said, “One of the best things about the exhibit is that each piece is laid out chronologically. You can see the first in the series going clockwise around the gallery to the last in the series to see the creative decision making that Picasso goes through with each piece.”
The exhibit will be at IMAS until August 26.