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Picasso Pop-Up Shop

Books, Editions, Posters, Prints, Design

April 28–June 3, 2017
Davies Street, London

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view Photo: Lucy Dawkins

Installation view

Photo: Lucy Dawkins

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Gagosian Davies Street, London, is pleased to announce a pop-up shop featuring all things Picasso, to run concurrently with the exhibition Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London, opening on April 28.

The shop will feature a selection, curated by Douglas Flamm, of Picasso’s rare illustrated books, historically important reference books, catalogues raisonnés, monographs, and museum exhibition catalogues. We are also pleased to offer a selection of ceramics by Picasso, prints, lithographic posters, and photographs of Picasso.

Black and white image of  Pieter Mulier. Photo: © Paolo Roversi, courtesy Alaïa

Fashion and Art: Pieter Mulier

Pieter Mulier, creative director of Alaïa, presented his second collection for the legendary house in Paris in January 2022. After the presentation, Mulier spoke with Derek Blasberg about the show’s inspirations, including a series of ceramics by Pablo Picasso, and about his profound reverence for the intimacy and artistry of the atelier.

Portrait of Sir John Richardson, New York, 2005. Photo: Janette Beckman/Getty Images

The Art of Biography: Sir John Richardson’s “The Minotaur Years”

Pepe Karmel celebrates the release of A Life of Picasso IV: The Minotaur Years, 1933–1943, the final installment of Sir John Richardson’s magisterial biography.

A black-and-white portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler seated at a desk in front of a painting by Pablo Picasso.

Game Changer
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler

Michael Cary pays homage to the visionary dealer Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler (1884–1979).

Grace McCann Morley, c. 1950s.

Game Changer
Grace McCann Morley

Berit Potter pays homage to the ardent museum leader who transformed San Francisco’s relationship to modern art.

Charlotte Perriand in her studio on place Saint-Sulpice, Paris, 1928. The hands holding a plate halolike behind her head are Le Corbusier’s.

The New World of Charlotte Perriand

Inspired by a visit to the Fondation Louis Vuitton’s exhibition Charlotte Perriand: Inventing a New World, William Middleton explores the life of this modernist pioneer and her impact on the worlds of design, art, and architecture.

Diana Widmaier-Ruiz-Picasso standing in front of a bookcase

Picasso and Maya: An Interview with Diana Widmaier-Ruiz-Picasso

Diana Widmaier-Ruiz-Picasso curated an exhibition at Gagosian, Paris, in 2017–18 titled Picasso and Maya: Father and Daughter. To celebrate the exhibition, a publication was published in 2019; the comprehensive reference publication explores the figure of Maya Ruiz-Picasso, Pablo Picasso’s beloved eldest daughter, throughout Picasso’s work and chronicles the loving relationship between the artist and his daughter. In this video, Widmaier-Ruiz-Picasso details her ongoing interest in the subject and reflects on the process of making the book.