INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indianapolis hotel is inviting the public to see more than two dozen prints by Pablo Picasso that span the Spanish artist's career.
The Sept. 7-Oct. 14 exhibit at the Conrad Indianapolis will feature 25 prints Picasso made between 1905 and 1968. The exhibit in the hotel's first floor lobby will also include an original drawing by Picasso.
Many of the works were influenced by some of the women Picasso had relationships with during his long life. He died in 1973 at age 91.
A second exhibit in the hotel's first floor gallery event space, The Alcove, will include a series of lifetime posters authorized by Picasso but which were created with a printer's help. Both exhibits are open to the public and are free of charge.