Other narratives from his Mediterranean heritage have also been central to Picasso’s compositions - from his earliest childhood drawings to some of his final paintings - matadors, picadors, minotaurs, horses and bulls feature regularly.
Works dating from 1889 – 1971 will be included in this exhibition which comprises paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and ceramics. A home movie which Picasso made in 1926 will also be included.
Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors – will be presented at the Gagosian in an exciting and innovative installation designed by award winning architects Caruso St.John.
Gagosian Gallery, 20 Grosvenor Hill, London W1K 3QD
Tube: Bond Street, Green Park
April 28 - August 25