SiZ Industria Grafica starts 2018 with an important work in the field of art.

We renew our collaboration with TATE Modern, printing the Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy exhibition catalogue.

In this case, in addition to pure printing, the art gallery also relied on us in the care of the colors and of the color separation of the images.

Nicola Simioni, SiZ’s CEO and co-owner, has personally flown to Paris to verify the paintings of the National Picasso-Paris Museum and allow our prepress department to make the necessary color changes to our press proofs.

This type of work is the demonstration for our customers in the commercial field of the high quality and reliability that we are able to offer.

This is the first exhibition entirely dedicated to Picasso at the TATE Modern and guides visitors on a month-by-month journey during 1932, its so-called “Year of Wonders”.

The exhibition displays more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings along with family photos and glimpses of his private life.

Link to the official website of the exhibition here

Here below the reviews and articles about the exhibition that is defined by many as a “must see”

Sothebys: Everyone’s Talking About…Picasso at Tate Modern

The Telegraph: The Crucifixion of Pablo Picasso: the crisis that inspired his ‘year of wonders’

The Times: Exhibition: Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern

Express: Tate’s Picasso 1932 review: A once-in-a-lifetime event

Il Giornale dell’Arte: 1932-1937: Picasso tra sogni, amanti e tragedie

Style Magazine del Corriere della Sera: L’EROTISMO CUBISTA ALLA TATE MODERN