LOUISVILLE, KY – Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming exhibition Picasso: From Antibes to Louisville presented by UPS. The show will open at KMAC Museum in downtown Louisville on December 14, 2019.
Picasso: From Antibes to Louisville, running through March 22, 2020, will bring together approximately 50 ceramics and works on paper created by Pablo Picasso between 1931 and 1956. these works are part of the collection of the Musee Picasso in Antibes, France, and the exhibition is one that has never before been seen outside of Europe.
Tickets will cost $9 for adults and $6 for seniors (65+) and members of the military. Thanks to a donation from Brook and Pam Smith, children under 18 and students with valid ID will be able to see the exhibition free of charge. “We’re excited to bring Pablo Picasso, one of the most dynamic and controversial artists of the 20th century, to the museum,” says KMAC Museum Director Aldy Milliken. “KMAC’s supporters were crucial to making this
ambitious exhibition possible. From presenting sponsor UPS, to the scores of Give for Good donors, to the generosity of Brook and Pam Smith, this show has been a community effort.”
Guests can skip the line by reserving their tickets ahead of time at KMACMuseum.org/antibes2lou or by becoming a KMAC Member. KMAC Members always receive free admission to the museum’s exhibitions. Tickets to Picasso: From Antibes to Louisville, will also enable guests to view the exhibition Summer Wheat: Heavy Lifting, which will run concurrently with the Picasso exhibition.
Photo Credits: *Musée Picasso, Antibes. Photo (c) ImageArt, Claude Germain. (c) 2019 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
About KMAC Museum
KMAC Museum is a free admission contemporary art museum located in historic downtown Louisville on “Museum Row.” KMAC Museum’s goal is to educate and inspire while promoting a better understanding of art through exhibitions, education, and collections. The Museum explores the relationship between art and craft by identifying art as the big idea and craft as the intersection between process, materials, and labor. The
museum connects people to art and creative practice.