Tate Modern Exhibition

The EY Exhibition Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy

Pablo Picasso Le Rêve (The Dream) 1932, Collection particulière (Steve Cohen) © DACS 2018

Pablo Picasso The Dream (Le Rêve) 1932, Private Collection © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2018

A month-by-month journey through Picasso’s ‘year of wonders’

1932 was an intensely creative period in the life of the 20th century’s most influential artist.

This is the first ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern. It will bring you face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings, mixed with family photographs and rare glimpses into his personal life.

The myths around Picasso are stripped away to reveal the man and the artist in his full complexity and richness. You will see him as never before.

‘I paint the way some people write an autobiography. The paintings, finished or not, are the pages from my diary.’ Pablo Picasso

Curated by Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of Exhibitions and Nancy Ireson, Curator, International Art with Laura Bruni and Juliette Rizzi, Assistant Curators, Tate Modern.

The exhibition is organised by Tate Modern in collaboration with Musée national Picasso-Paris where it was curated by Laurence Madeline with Virginie Perdrisot-Cassan, Curator of Sculpture and Ceramics.

Audio guide

Listen as curators Achim Borchardt-Hume and Nancy Ireson guide you through Picasso’s ‘year of wonders’, joined by paintings conservator Annette King and cultural historian Andrew Hussey. Pick up from the exhibition entrance.

Tate Modern

The Eyal Ofer Galleries

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit


8 March – 9 September 2018

Extended opening hours: 6–9 September until 22.00

Members early morning viewings every weekend from 08.00

Sponsored by

With additional support from

The Picasso Exhibition Supporters Circle

Acquavella Galleries Inc. Batia and Idan Ofer Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Mr Giancarlo Giammetti The Mead Family Foundation Thomas Gibson Fine Art Advisory Services Clore Wyndham

and Tate Members

Tate International Council

Tate Patrons

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