The celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the death of the "most famous artist of the twentieth century", Pablo Picasso, continue. At the Center Pompidou it is the turn of the exhibition Picasso. Dessiner à l'Infini a major retrospective dedicated to the drawings and engravings of the artist born in Malaga in 1883 who made France his adopted homeland. Over 1.000 drawings and prints from the Picasso atelier and now housed in the Parisian museum of the same name, offer the viewer the opportunity to better understand the creative process of the Spanish artist. A great journey through his graphic work. A sort of intimate diary, made up of notebooks, sheets and notes that allows an immersion into the heart of Pablo's art. A private diary, where drawing is the place of an ever-changing invention. A game and an exercise, on the fine line of lines, nuances, notes, ideas. There are no "masterpieces" here, there is no "genius", the stereotype is missing. Instead, there is a truer, non-chronological gaze that allows one to get rid of art history manuals to regain possession of the Picasso method and artistic practice. An opportunity to enter the heart and mind of Picasso and to confront the issues with which the artist challenged his audience throughout his long life.