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  • Japan. Prints and Art Objects

    This exhibition consists wholly of works from the Museo de Bellas Artes of Bilbao. It shows a selection of pieces from the collection of traditional Japanese art that was assembled by the collector José Palacio (1875–19...

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  • The illusion of the American Frontier

    Over the course of the nineteenth century, the conquest of the Wild West became more than a historical event in the founding of the United States of America, developing into a universal myth in which legend progressively replaced hi...

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  • Sorolla. New York Sketches

    The Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga is showing a rare set of gouaches and drawings made by Joaquín Sorolla in New York. These fascinating urban views and night scenes from the Museo Sorolla will allow visitors to discover ...

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  • Reflections of Pop

    Reflections of Pop surveys the reception of the international pop movement in Spain during the 1960s and 1970s through four of the individual artists and teams whose work illustrates the influence of this trend most clearly and cont...

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  • Artists’ Posters. From Toulouse-Lautrec to Jeff Koons.

    Within the new concept of modern art that was formulated at the end of the 19th century, the difference and hierarchy between the various artistic genres began to become less distinct. Graphic art consequently became the subject of ...

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  • Summer Days

    The Summer Days exhibition takes its title from the work by Vicente Palmaroli in the Museum’s collection. Through a selection of Spanish and international painting, it surveys how, beginning in the mid-1800s, beaches and the s...

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  • María Blanchard. Guest work

    A renowned painter in an art scene barely open to women artists, María Blanchard (Santander, 1881 – Paris, 1932) was one of the foremost representatives of the early 20th-century avant-garde and one of the most importan...

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  • Casas-Rusiñol. Two modernist visions

    Bourgeois, Bohemians, successful painters in Spain and Europe and foremost practitioners of Catalan modernism, Ramón Casas (1866–1932) and Santiago Rusiñol (1861–1931) are two of the great Spanish artists o...

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  • El Greco-Rusiñol

    This small tribute the Museo Carmen Thyssen is paying to El Greco is linked to Rusiñol. It features one of the paintings that were acquired by Rusiñol, Saint Peter in Tears, along with a copy by Zuloaga, a faithful dev...

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  • Darío de Regoyos. The Impressionist Adventure

    Darío de Regoyos was acquainted at first hand with some of the new art movements of the late 19th century, allowing him to contribute his innovative approach to the stagnated Spanish art scene of the day. Entitled Darí...

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  • The Collection grows. Recent acquisitions

    Eighteen works of different styles and periods swell the Museo Carmen Thyssen Collection with themes as important as Orientalism, the portrait or the nude. This presentation reaffirms the character of the Permanent Collection and pr...

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  • Courbet, Van Gogh, Monet, Léger. From naturalist Landscape to the Avant-gardes in the Carmen Thyssen Collection

    This exhibition, organised in collaboration with Obra Social “la Caixa”, offers a survey of landscape painting from the triumph of naturalism to the mid-20th century through a selection of works from the Carmen Thyssen-B...

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  • Julio Romero de Torres. Between Myth and Tradition

    The aim of the exhibition Julio Romero de Torres. Between Myth and Tradition, curated by Lourdes Moreno, is to present a survey of the work of one of the most popular Spanish painters and to reflect on his artistic career through th...

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  • Context exhibition: Faith and Fervour in the Carmen Thyssen Collection. Simone Martini, Van Dyck, Gauguin

    The aim of the exhibition Faith and Fervour in the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection is to drawn attention to paintings on religious subjects in the Carmen Thyssen Collection. This lesser known aspect of the Collection is in fact...

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  • Anglada-Camarasa. Arabesque and seduction

    The exhibition Anglada-Camarasa. Arabesque and seduction, curated by Silvia Pizarro and Lourdes Moreno, will focus on the depiction of women and the female form in the work of Anglada-Camarasa (Barcelona, 1871 – Port de Pollen...

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  • Paradises and Landscapes in the Carmen Thyssen Collection. From Brueghel to Gauguin

    This exhibition, curated by Lourdes Moreno, will present a fascinating survey of landscape painting from the 17th to the mid-20th century through major works in the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. The exhibition will analyse t...

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  • Mercedes Lasarte in the Carmen Thyssen Collection

    The exhibition Mercedes Lasarte in the Carmen Thyssen Collection brings together a group of works created by Mercedes Lasarte between 1970 and 2011 and which belong to the personal collection of Baroness Carmen Thyssen. The first re...

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  • The modern tradition in the Carmen Thyssen: Monet, Picasso, Matisse and Miró

    The exhibition The modern tradition in the Carmen Thyssen. Monet, Picasso, Matisse, Miró presents a selection of contemporary works from the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza. The course is structured around the Spanish art made ​​be...

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