Illustrated books by Picasso. Museu Picasso, Barcelona
The books intervened by an artist are a common project between the author of the graphic work and the author of the text. Because of their shared authorship, it becomes complicated to showcase them in an exhibition. In order to connect the object-book with the original drawings and prints that are part of it, the display cases and the walls composed three-dimensional geometric shapes.
To contrast the small format of the artworks and its generally monochromatic appearance, a sequence of orange canopies were repeated on the ceiling, lowering its height dimension and softening the tone of the light, imposed by the restrictive technical requirements of the artworks.