CurrentFrom March 07 to June 25, 2023
Street Life. Lisette Model and Helen Levitt in New York
In this exhibition, photographers Lisette Model (1901-1983) and Helen Levitt (1913-2009) exchange glances on the streets of 1940s New York. Observing the inhabitants of the city through the lenses of their 35 mm cameras, each in their own way, the two women practised a modern, original form of street photography focused on ordinary people go...
CurrentFrom March 16 to June 11, 2023
Luis Feito. Painting Itself. From the Artist’s Collection (1956-1962)
Comprising nine works by the painter Luis Feito (1929-2021) produced between 1956 and 1962, this exhibition focuses on a particularly decisive period, both in his individual creative career and in the opening up of Spanish art to a new avant-garde in which abstraction introduced a radical break with what had come before. In those years, Fei...
CurrentFrom March 28 to September 10, 2023
Fervor de Buenos Aires
Conformada por más de un centenar de imágenes pertenecientes a la Colección Telefónica, esta exposición sigue la mirada del fotógrafo argentino Horacio Coppola (1906-2012) por las calles de Buenos Aires en la década de 1930. Sus viajes por Europa y su paso por la Bauhaus en los últimos momentos de existencia de la escuela, así como ...
Belgian art. From Impressionism to Magritte. Musée d’Ixelles
Sponsored by: From realism to the modern landscape Through more than seventy works from the Musée d’Ixelles in Brussels, this exhibition provides a comprehensive and unique overview of the main trends in Belgian art from the fin-de-siècle to the 1940s. Belgian art of this peri...
Black is the Night. Solana, Cossío, Bores
This exhibition, which brings together for the first time the graphic work of three artists who played a key role in the drive to modernise Spanish art in the 1920s and the 1930s – José Gutiérrez Solana, Pancho Cossío and Francisco Bores –, introduces spectators to a grim universe. Th...
Real(isms). New Figurative Trends in Spanish Art from 1918 to 1936
This exhibition takes an extensive look at a chronologically short but creatively intense period in which the first truly determined drive towards artistic renewal (and even the avant-garde) and a break with nineteenth-century art emerged in Spain in the form of a realist figurative art. At the sta...