'Under the Photographer's Eye. Picasso in his workshops' is an exhibition that immerses us into the universe of Pablo Picasso through photography, with images so diverse that we see all facets of a creator who was not only a painter but also an author, a model, a witness and a spectator of his own work and life. This photographic stroll from workshop to workshop attempts to convey the multidisciplinary richness of Picasso’s work, where experimentation was top priority, regardless of the technique used. Picasso always maintained a complex and intense relationship with photography and the photographers he let into his creative intimacy. From the time he played at being a reporter for a summer to the use of his image as an icon, as well as the inspired and playful self-portrait, Picasso always had a complex and intense relationship with photography and the photographers he let into his intimate creative world.