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Munich's Brandhorst Museum is hosting a special exhibition dedicated to Pablo Picasso.

MUNICH, GERMANY, February 02, 2011 ( People with plans to visit Munich hotels still have time to see the Picasso: Artist's Books exhibition at the city's Brandhorst Museum.

The display of the great Spanish painter's illustrations for various publications, which opened at the venue in November 2010, is due to run until Sunday March 6th.

Pablo Picasso designed, etched, engraved and provided illustrations for more than 150 books between 1905 and 1973, according to the museum.

The Brandhorst houses one of the most comprehensive collections of these works, which can now be enjoyed by visitors.

At the exhibition, art enthusiasts are invited to take a fresh look at Picasso's life and achievements by exploring how he experimented with different printing techniques and means of expression.

About 85 books by Picasso are on display at the museum, which is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10:00 and 18:00.

Regular admission is priced at EUR7 (GBP6) and concessions are available for EUR5, while entry on a Sunday costs just EUR1.

To reach the Brandhorst Museum, visitors are advised to take the Munich underground and alight at the Konigsplatz or Theresienstrasse stops.

Alternatively, they can use line 27 of the tram system and get off at Pinakotheken. offers a range of options for people seeking accommodation in Munich, including the Hotel Leonardo Munich.

This modern four-star hotel benefits from a central location that should suit both business and leisure travellers.

For more information on this event, visit the Brandhorst Museum website or contact the venue on (+49) 089 238052286.

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Munich's Brandhorst Museum is hosting a special exhibition dedicated to Pablo Picasso.