The exhibition includes over 120 works by one of the most recognizable artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso, including graphics, ceramics and book illustrations created over several dozen years. Most of the works come from the collection of Museo Casa Natal Picasso in Malaga and are presented in Warsaw for the first time. The exhibition will be available for 3 months - from 12 October 2023 to 14 January 2024.

Warsaw, 17 October 2023.
In addition to works borrowed from Museo Casa Natal Picasso (Picasso's Birthplace Museum) in Malaga, the exhibition also includes selected works by the artist from the collections of the National Museum in Warsaw, including works donated to the National Museum in Warsaw by Picasso himself when he visited Poland in 1948. The exhibition was divided into four sections: the artist's reflections on beauty, his fascination with mythological figures, passion for ceramics and Polish accents in his work.

– I am proud that thanks to the commitment and support of Santander Bank Polska, the exhibition of works by Pablo Picasso - one of the greatest Spanish artists - can be presented in Poland, in the National Museum in Warsaw. Our patronage over this exhibition is a great opportunity to introduce the works of the creator of cubism, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century to Polish audience. Santander Group promotes culture and knowledge around the world because we know what a huge impact they have on the development of societies. I am glad that also in Poland, Santander has opportunity to support art as a form of expression and knowledge, said Michał Gajewski, President of the Management Board of Santander Bank Polska.

The exhibition is organized on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the artist's death and Spain's assumption of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

The exhibition is accompanied by an educational program prepared by the National Museum in Warsaw, addressed to adults and young people (the events curator's tours, Thursday lectures, a bike city tour, ceramics workshops, lithography workshops) and to children (e.g. animations - artistic classes open to everyone).

The exhibition is available to people with special needs, deaf people can use a guide in Polish Sign Language.

Guided tours in Polish Sign Language and audio descriptions (for blind and visually impaired people) are also planned. Admission to these events is free of charge.

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