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  • Exhibition view. Salomé. A contemporary myth, 1875-1925, 1995
    24 october, 1995 - 02 january, 1996

    The myth of Jewish princess Salomé has a particular impact on the visual arts in the last third of the nineteenth century until the triumph of Art Déco in the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs (Paris, 1925). This is because it feeds off one of the myths inherent in the new century: that of the femme fatale and triggers a taste for ornamental profusion based on the arabesque which it makes its own and with which finisecular Symbolism identifies.

  • José Gutierrez Solana. Las vitrinas (Showcases), 1910. Painting. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    22 july, 1998 - 07 september, 1998
    Program: Biblioteca y Centro de Documentación

    This exhibition retrieves the enormous work by Ricardo Gutiérrez Abascal (Bilbao, 1883-Mexico, 1963), better known by the pseudonym of Juan de la Encina, in his dual role as art critic and promoter of New Art in Spain and director of the Museum of Modern Art during the Second Republic, between 1931 and 1936.

    Biblioteca y Centro de Documentación
  • Joaquín Sunyer. Primavera (Spring), 1929. Painting. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    27 may, 2002 - 20 june, 2002

    This exhibition comes from a group of exhibitions collected under the title Arte para un siglo, a selection of Spanish art from the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía that has travelled through more than a dozen Autonomous regions in Spain. This project, organised by the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks, is divided into three exhibitions whose chronological limits are marked by artistic or historical changes determined by Spanish art in the twentieth century.

  • Exhibition view. The Spanish Night. Flamenco, Avant-Garde and Popular Culture 1865-1936, 2007
    20 december, 2007 - 24 march, 2008

    Both flamenco, conceived as modern popular culture, and the artistic avant-garde arise during the late nineteenth century. The aim of this exhibition is to review for the first time the position of flamenco within the frame of visual culture, especially its relationship of mutual influence with avant-garde art and modernity.

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