Exhibitions in 2016

Renoir in Barcelona; the Fauves in Madrid

In-house curated exhibitions have taken on particular importance this year. The photography exhibitions on Hiroshi Sugimoto and Bruce Davidson and the Fauves project fall into this category. The Fauves exhibition gives an insight into the movement described by the art critic to which it owes its name, Vauxcelles, as “an orgy of pure color." Meanwhile, Renoir: among women features the great masterpiece of the history of art, Le Moulin de la Galette. And Hiroshi Sugimoto and Bruce Davidson invite you to discover the opposing poles of contemporary photography

The Fauves. Passion for Color The Fauves. Passion for Color

The Fauves. Passion for Color

From 22 October 2016 until 29 January 2017 you can appreciate the meaning of passion for color. The exhibition, which offers a complete and considered presentation of fauvism, brings together over one hundred paintings as well as numerous drawings, watercolors and a selection of ceramic pieces.

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Bruce Davidson Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson

The exhibition recently hosted at the Garriga i Nogués exhibition hall in Barcelona moved to Madrid from 22 September. The first retrospective of Bruce Davidson in Spain. Davidson is one of the leading exponents of so-called humanist photography and he is a member of the Magnum agency.

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Hiroshi Sugimoto Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto

The exhibition dedicated to the Japanese photographer, under the title of Hiroshi Sugimoto. Black Box provides a journey through some of his most famous series and invites us to learn about the work that the artist is working on right now.

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From Divisionism to Futurism From Divisionism to Futurism

From Divisionism to Futurism

Through a selection of 80 great works of art, this exhibition looks to examine the origins and evolution of Divisionism with its main protagonists, including Giovanni Segantini, Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, Giaccomo Balla, Angelo Morbelli, Umberto Boccioni, Gino Severini and Carlo Carrà.

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Julia Margaret Cameron Julia Margaret Cameron

Julia Margaret Cameron

An ambitious retrospective of photographer Julia Margaret Cameron, one of the most important and innovative figures of 19th century photography. Organized in collaboration with London's Victoria and Albert Museum, the exhibition comprises over 100 photographs that give a closer insight into the innovative outlook of this unconventional artist.

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