Exhibition of graphic works and ceramics "The Mystery of Picasso" by Pablo Picasso will open its doors at the Altmans Gallery, Tel Aviv, on March 8, 2018. The exhibition combines unique graphic works from the private collections, previously not available to the public, and the works from the Altmans Gallery's collection. The general themes of 25 graphic works to be exhibited are passion, desire and erotic.
The exhibition will feature works from the series such as the "Cocteau", the "Vollard Suite", the "Lysistrata", the "Bulls and Toreadors" and one of the portraits of Jacqueline Rock, last wife of Picasso. This exhibition is also unusual in that most of the works presented are black and white (with the exception of ceramics and several etchings).
The exhibition will be open to the public from March, 8 to April, 11
The exhibition’s open hours: 12:00 – 21:00 (Sun-Thu), 10:00 – 14:30 (Fr)
Address: 1 Rothschild, Tel Aviv. Phone: 03-6817733
Entrance fee for adults - 30 NIS
Entrance fee for senior citizen - 15 NIS
Children up to the age of 18, soldiers, students and people with disabilities - free admission
Portions of the revenue are transferred to charitable public establishment The Tel Aviv Foundation**.
The time specified on the ticket (12:00 on weekdays) is the exhibition's starting time only - the ticket itself is valid for all open hours of the exhibition: on weekdays from 12:00 to 21:00.
Please note, tickets for Fridays will be available to purchase only at the Gallery.
**The Tel Aviv Foundation is a partnership between the Tel Aviv Municipality and philanthropists from Israel and around the world. The Foundation touches the lives of more than 500,000 people every year through education, the arts, sports, social services, the environment and innovative urban projects.