Published exclusively by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, this exhibition poster features Pablo Picasso's Still Life with Skull, Leeks, and Pitcher, March 14, 1945 from the museums' collection. The exhibition Calder-Picasso presents a compelling conversation between the works of two artists engaged in a lifelong exploration of modernity: Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso. Working both abstractly and representationally, Calder and Picasso explored three fundamental components of art: line, volume, and void. Their works transformed our conceptions of form and space—and thus the very definition of art itself. Measures 24 x 36 in.