A new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts will feature more than 300 works by Pablo Picasso made on paper from 25 January until 13 April 2020.
Picasso and Paper will look at the artist’s uses of paper over his 80 year career, including drawings, watercolours, sculpture and collage. Highlights of the exhibition include a four-and-a-half metre collage entitled Women at Their Toilette, which will be exhibited in the UK for the first time in 50 years, a collection of Cubist collages such as Violin and documentary film Documentary film Le Mystère Picasso of 1955, showing the artist at work.
The exhibition will take viewers on a chronological journey through the different stages of Picasso’s career, with notable pieces exhibited alongside preparatory drawings and other paper works that correspond to the same theme.
Entertaining with an exclusive private view is reserved for the Royal Academy's corporate members and sponsors. Guests of corporate supporters can enjoy drinks, canapés and formal dinners in the regal 18th century John Madejski Fine Rooms of Burlington House, and in our brand new Collections Gallery in Burlington Gardens. During the summer months, corporate supporters can entertain in the Main Galleries themselves throughout the world famous Summer Exhibition.
More information can be found here: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/corporate-support