SDMA exhibits a few of it many Picasso drawings and paintings… Currently, about 15 works of Picasso are on exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) right now. They also have an additional 50 pieces in storage. That would be quite an show… You can keep up with their exhibitions with ‘The Gallery’ blog site…

The Gallery: More Picasso (and why not?) 
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I’ve been asked a number of times whether the works by Picasso now on view in the Picasso, Miro, Calder exhibition constitute our complete holdings of Picasso’s work. Simple answer: no. Although we’ve hung that gallery fairly densely, there are actually only 15 works by Picasso (and one by Francoise Gilot) in that room, leaving nearly 50 additional prints by Picasso still in storage.

So how did we choose? And why aren’t they all always on view?

This presents the useful opportunity for clearing up one of the most frequent misconceptions about museum practice. One reads again and again how museums only have 5% or 10% of their total collection on view at any time. While every museum would like to have more gallery space, the numbers game is the wrong way to think about it. The Museum of Art, like most museums, has thousands of works on paper – prints, drawings, and photographs – and these simply cannot be on view all the time. … [MORE]