Pablo Picasso introduced innovations in almost all areas of art, from painting and sculpture to book art and printing. Recently, the Minneapolis Institute of Art acquired a rare group of prints that show its research into a new printing technology: shortened linocuts.
In collaboration with the leading printer Hidalgo Arner Picasso for the first time applied this method of making multi-color prints from a single printed matrix. Onexhibition A series of working evidence from the Arner’s archive, showing each step of the process, is presented. Theme prints? Corrida - a subject close and dear to the heart of Picasso.