20 years of the Ralli Museum in Marbella
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Ralli Museum in Marbella, we have planned a special programme for this year.
Past activity | Saturday, March 6, 2021
The exhibition Contemporary art in Oaxaca. Vanguard, myth and tradition provides an overview of the various manifestations of contemporary art in Oaxaca. This art is characterised by its variety of languages and styles, while we can find many points in common.
In this talk we will discuss the role of Rufino Tamayo and in particular the artists who preceded him, following the path of contemporaneity, or rather of the different contemporary currents, without losing sight of their past.
The eponymous catalogue reflects and broadens the vision of contemporary art in this region, taking a deeper dive into each of the themes that characterise the exhibition. We have used these themes to shed light on visitors’ understanding of Oaxacan art, which is as complex, diverse and rich as the society that saw it emerge. The presentation is in Spanish.
Past activity | Saturday, March 13, 2021
This exhibition begins with the idea that there is not just one surrealism or a single way of understanding it. It brings together different artists who had some kind of relationship with surrealism, either with the movement, with surrealist theories or with its languages.
We therefore offer a different and cross-cutting approach towards the history of contemporary art, providing a new way of tackling the vast production of surrealist art and its different interpretations. The presentation is in Spanish.
Talks will be only in spanish.
Past activity | Saturday, March 20, 2021
Mediated visits (in Spanish) to the exhibition Contemporary art in Oaxaca. Vanguard, myth and tradition
Find out more about Oaxacan art, culture and identity through the works in our new exhibition.
Past activity | Saturday, March 27, 2021
Mediated visits (in Spanish) to the exhibition Surrealisms. From Giorgio de Chirico to Francis Bacon
Are surrealists born or are they made? What makes a work or artist “surrealist”? Is it possible to be surrealist and other things too? If a surrealist stops painting surrealist works, are they no longer a surrealist? All of these questions and more are waiting for you to answer them. Come and do it with the works in this exhibition. Are you ready?
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