Another immersive art exhibition has come to downtown Vancouver for a limited time.
"Imagine Picasso" is now on at the Vancouver Convention Centre. It highlights and celebrates the life and works of famed Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
The show comes on the heels of the popular "Imagine Van Gogh" experience, which wrapped up earlier this month after an extended run.
More than 200 of Picasso's paintings are featured together for the first time. The art on display covers the painter's blue and rose periods, his revolutionary cubism phase, and includes his later accomplishments.
"The dialogue between the paintings is very important and this dialogue is perspective; we are creating new perspectives all the time," says exhibition co-creator Annabelle Mauger.
The works are projected onto nine origami-style structures inspired by the paper creations Picasso made for his children.
Considered a master of modern art, Pablo Picasso's prolific career spanned 78 years. He created roughly 65,000 works, including paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics. The artist died in 1973 and has since become a household name around the world.
"Imagine Picasso" is a contactless experience with limited capacity and timed entries. Tickets start at $39.99 (including service charges).