For Picasso, paper was both a tool for exploring his ideas and material with limitless possibilities. He experimented with everything from newsprint and napkins to decorative wallpapers. Picasso spent decades researching the methods of manufacturing printed materials, extracting rare and ancient paper even from Japan - all this without losing its features to draw on every last scrap.
Picasso's paper work covers his whole life and demonstrates his constant desire to invent and innovate.
Exhibition ""invites viewers to learn how, thanks to this everyday material, the artist found a way to explore the most remote corners of his work.