The exposition includes not only ceramics, jewelry, jewelry made by the great Spaniard, but also archival photographs, drawings and sketches that allow tracing the entire process of creation - from the author's idea to the finished work.
Painting, sculpture, engraving, ceramics, jewelry or even poetry ... For Pablo Picasso, jewelry was the most personal way of self-expression. These objects, usually intended for those closest to him, were coveted treasures, which he refused to reproduce in large quantities or even exhibit. Dora Maar, Françoise Gilot and Jacqueline Roque were not the only recipients of these miniature sculptures, they were also often intended for those closest to him, children or friends. Visitors will see jewelry designed for Claude, Paloma, Maya and even Sonya Mossi and Angela Rosengart.