This Autumn, Omer Tiroche will open Picasso on Paper, an intimate collection of more than thirty works on paper by one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Marking the gallery’s rebrand and recent expansion into Modern Art, the exhibition is also timed to coincide with Picasso Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery. Picasso on Paper provides a fascinating insight into the artist’s work, from the early 1900s up until his final years.
Since opening the Mayfair space in February 2015, Tiroche has worked privately across both Modern and Contemporary art. In light of the decision to publicly expand the gallery stable, the focus on Picasso – whose influence has impacted many eras beyond his own – seems inevitable. Mapping out the artist’s world entirely on paper, the exhibition documents an ongoing love affair with one simple material over several iconic periods.