Bank of America’s Picasso Exhibition Coming to Wynwood


Picasso Pablo (dit), Ruiz Picasso Pablo (1881-1973). Paris, musÈe Picasso. MP3568-7.
Picasso Pablo (dit), Ruiz Picasso Pablo (1881-1973). Paris, musÈe Picasso. MP3568-7.

In this town if you want to see a Picasso, you’re best off going to Gary Nader’s Gallery. But for a short period there will be another spot to catch a Picasso – The Bakehouse. Opening on October 15, and running through October 28, there will be an exhibition featuring a whopping 26 aquatint etchings from Picasso’s La Tauromaquia works, in conjunction with Bank of America to honor Hispanic Heritage Month.

A special press preview will be held on Tuesday, October 13th with Maria Alonso of Bank of America, Juan Toro from US Trust, Josh Moody from Merrill Lynch, and Marte Siebenhar from the Bakehouse Art Complex.  They will be on-hand to lead media tours of the exhibition featuring 26 aquatint etchings illustrating the art of the bullfight. So not only will you have the opportunity to see these amazing etchings, but get a tour from people who are very familiar with the pieces.

The Bank of America Art Collection is a unique resource from which museums and nonprofit galleries such as The Bakehouse Art Complex borrow complete or customized exhibitions at no cost.  To date, over 2,000 works have been loaned through Bank of America’s Art in our Communities and Art in Embassies programs.

Want to know more about the Bakehouse?

The Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC) is an incubator for artistic creativity featuring dozens of artists working side-by-side in every medium imaginable. In 1986, long before Wynwood was the place to be Second Saturdays for the monthly art walk – before it had any galleries at all – a group of artists transformed an abandoned bakery built in the 1920s and founded the non-profit Bakehouse Art Complex.

561 NW 32nd Street Miami Florida 33127 | 305.576.2828 |  Hours: 12:00pm – 5:00pm  Free parking and admission