Picasso, without color. Picasso, in black and white and gray. Picasso, touching war and loneliness. Picasso, immersed in play.
“Picasso Black and White,” on display at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, showcases master painter Pablo Picasso in all of these dimensions. This major exhibit, which runs through May 27, is serious, sobering – and inspiring, too, for what it reveals about Picasso’s creative process.
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Picasso Black and White
Through May 27
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Beck Building, Ground Floor, 5610 Main St., Houston
Admission: $17-$20, Tuesday through Sunday
Information: MFAH.org; 713-639-7300