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Picasso Iconophage Exhibition at the Picasso Museum Paris from June 11th to September 15th, 2024

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Entrance ticket to the National Picasso Museum

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  • Exploration of Picasso's innovative approach through a selection of iconic works.
  • Revelation of Picasso's processes of artistic deconstruction and hybridization.
  • Immersive journey through paintings, sculptures, and drawings reflecting his themes and influences.
  • Free entry on the first Sunday of each month, offering a chance for complimentary access.
  • Priority access with a single ticket to maximize your time and enjoy the full experience.

What to expect

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Pablo Picasso with the "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition, taking place from June 11th to September 15th, 2024, at the prestigious Musée Picasso Paris. This unique exhibition offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover Picasso's complex and innovative relationship with art history through a selection of his most iconic works.

Discover the "Picasso Iconophage" Exhibition at the Musée Picasso Paris

Dates: June 11th - September 15th, 2024
Location: Musée Picasso Paris

"Picasso Iconophage" invites you to explore how this 20th-century art genius drew inspiration from a vast repertoire of images and cultural references. Despite often being seen as a challenger of academic norms, the artist never ceased to appropriate and reinvent pictorial traditions. His work is a crossroads where deconstruction and hybridization meet, offering a fresh perspective on recurring themes such as the hero, the Minotaur, the voyeur, and the musketeer.

An Eclectic Collection

Picasso, a regular visitor to the Louvre, amassed an impressive collection of photographs, postcards, reproductions, posters, magazines, and illustrated books throughout his life. Added to this are works from his own personal collection. This vast iconographic repertoire testifies to Picasso's innovative way of perceiving and interpreting images, oscillating between the artistic field and historical time.

The exhibition not only presents Picasso's works as they are but also highlights his processes of deconstruction and hybridization of the works of the great masters. You will discover how his forms and compositions evolved over the years while remaining true to his unique and recognizable style.

An Immersive Experience

The exhibition offers an immersive journey through Picasso's paintings, sculptures, and drawings. Each room is carefully designed to reflect the themes and influences that marked the artist's career. Whether you're an art enthusiast or a curious novice, "Picasso Iconophage" provides a visually and intellectually enriching experience.

Practical Information

Opening Hours:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday - Sunday: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Last entry: 5:15 pm
  • Evacuation of rooms: 5:40 pm

Free Entry

Enjoy free entry on the first Sunday of each month. It's the perfect opportunity to explore the exhibition at no cost, although there may be higher attendance on these days.

Book Your Visit

While it's not possible to book in advance, planning your visit is crucial to avoid long queues and ensure a pleasant experience. The Musée National Picasso-Paris ticket is a single ticket that provides priority access to all ongoing exhibitions, including "Picasso Iconophage." This ticket allows you to maximize your time and fully enjoy everything the museum has to offer.

Why Book?

Booking or planning in advance is essential for several reasons:

  1. Avoiding Queues: Picasso exhibitions always attract a large number of visitors. By arriving early or choosing less busy hours, you'll reduce waiting time.
  2. Priority Access: With a single ticket, you'll have priority access to the "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition as well as all other ongoing exhibitions.
  3. Optimized Time: Plan your day to explore not only "Picasso Iconophage" but also the other treasures within the Musée Picasso Paris.

Safety Rules

Due to the implementation of the Vigipirate Plan, luggage is not allowed inside the museum premises. It's recommended to travel light. Additionally, tickets are neither refunded nor exchanged, so make sure to choose your visit time wisely.

Access to Musée Picasso Paris

Musée Picasso Paris is easily accessible via public transportation:

  • Metro: The nearest stations are Saint-Paul (Line 1) and Chemin Vert (Line 8).
  • Bus: Several bus lines serve the Marais district where the museum is located.
  • On Foot: Situated in the charming Marais district, the museum is within short walking distance of many tourist attractions.


The "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition is a unique opportunity to discover Pablo Picasso's singular approach to art history. Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply curious, this exhibition promises a rich and memorable experience. Plan your visit, book your single ticket, and get ready to be amazed by Picasso's timeless genius at the Musée Picasso Paris. Don't miss this exceptional chance to delve into the universe of one of the greatest artists of all time.



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Common questions

When is the "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition?

The exhibition runs from June 11 to September 15, 2024.

Where is the exhibition held?

The exhibition takes place at the Musée Picasso Paris.

What are the opening hours?

The opening hours are from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The last entry is at 5:15 PM, and the evacuation of the rooms begins at 5:40 PM.

What type of ticket is required for the exhibition?

The Musée Picasso Paris ticket is a single ticket that grants access to all ongoing exhibitions.

What are the main themes of the exhibition?

The main themes include the hero, the Minotaur, the voyeur, and the musketeer.

Are there any security restrictions to be aware of?

Yes, due to the Vigipirate security plan, luggage is not allowed.

Are tickets refundable?

No, tickets are neither refundable nor exchangeable.

Is the exhibition suitable for children?

Yes, the exhibition is suitable for all ages, including children.

How can you get to Musée Picasso Paris?

The museum is accessible by metro, bus, and on foot from several central points in Paris.

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