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  • Miquel Barceló. The Big Spanish Dinner, 1985. Painting. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    16 november, 1987 - 10 january, 1988

    Naturalezas españolas (Spanish Nature) is an historical review of the most significant art movements in Spain spanning four decades and analysed from the monographic perspective of nature. The common thread of the exhibition is divided into the following sections: “Facing Nature”, “With Nature”, “On Nature”, “Beyond Nature”, five propositions representing the five different models between art and nature.

  • Carlos Alcolea. Matisse de día, Matisse de noche, 1977. Painting. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    3 february, 1998 - 23 march, 1998

    Carlos Alcolea (A Coruña, 1949 - Madrid, 1992) is recognised as one of the leading protagonists of the so-called New Figuration in Madrid, which emerges in the early seventies and continues for the next decade and whose favourable reception coincides with an emerging trend towards a melange of critics, galleries and art markets.

  • Pepe Espaliú. Sin título. Diez últimos dibujos, 1993. Drawing. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    14 october, 1998 - 11 january, 1999

    The exhibition Dibujos germinales. 50 artistas españoles. 1947-1998 provides a general and previously unimagined vision of drawing in Spain during the second half of the twentieth century, through fifty artists from different generations (from Eduardo Chillida to Eva Lootz or from Luis Gordillo to Azucena Vieites). Because it is an extended period and a relatively common practice for most of the authors, there is a need to find a conceptual unity that seeks to convey a general idea and propose a systematic structure. Therefore, in this exhibition drawing does not appear as a technique, rule or discipline, but as a starting point -germination in the strict sense- to delve into the mechanisms of creation and try to go beyond the notion of sketch or preparatory study.

  • Guillermo Pérez Villalta. La juventud de los héroes, 1987. Painting. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    31 july, 2001 - 23 september, 2001

    The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires and later the Pinacoteca del Estado de Sao Paulo in Brazil host the exhibition: De Picasso a Barceló: la colección del Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, siglo XX, which, as its title indicates, includes the beginning and end of twentieth century Spanish art with a period marked by two multi-faceted artists. Chronologically organised, the exhibition invites its Argentine and Brazilian public to participate in the wealth of the last hundred years of art in Spain.

  • Exhibition view. The Schizos of Madrid. Madrid’s Figurative Movement in the 1970s, 2009
    3 june, 2009 - 14 september, 2009

    The Schizos of Madrid

    Madrid’s Figurative Movement in the 1970s

    The exhibition Los Esquizos de Madrid. Figuración madrileña de los 70 (The Schizos of Madrid. Madrid’s Figurative Movement in the 1970s) looks at Madrid's complex cultural environment during the last years of Franco's regime and the first period of democracy. The retrospective coordinates the activities and work of a group of painters known as “Los Esquizos de Madrid” (The Schizos of Madrid), whose exploits as a group span from 1970 to 1985, a period in which they decided to embrace figurative painting as they operated on the margins of the dominant aesthetic and political conventions at the end of the dictatorship.

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