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  • 14 december, 1989 - 4 march, 1990

    This exhibition is one of the most extensive on Latin American art seen to date in Spain. At the Palacio de Velázquez over four hundred works have been displayed showcasing the artistic wealth in Latin American regions starting from the Wars of Independence against Spain (c. 1800-1821) until 1980.

  • Anish Kapoor. It Is Man, 1988. Sculpture. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Collection, Madrid
    5 july, 1994 - 13 october, 1994

    Following Artistas Españoles. Obras de los años 80 y 90 en las colecciones del Museo (Spanish Artists. Works from the 80s and 90s in the Museo collections), a complementary exhibition is presented, joining thirty-two works by international artists incorporated in the last three years into the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía's Collection through acquisition, dation or donation. The common denominator of these works, bar the six pieces by Lucio Fontana and one by Barnett Newman, is that they have been produced either in the Eighties or the Nineties; therefore, the exhibition looks to consider these points of contact and connection with the international movements that link Spanish artists.

  • Exhibition view. Versiones del Sur: Cinco propuestas en torno al arte en América. Heterotopías. Medio siglo sin-lugar: 1918-1968, 2000
    12 december, 2000 - 27 february, 2001

    The exhibition Heterotopías. Medio siglo sin-lugar: 1918-1968 is part of the Versiones del Sur, five exhibitions dedicated to Latin American art and held simultaneously in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Sabatini building, the Palacio de Velázquez and Palacio de Cristal between late 2000 and early 2001. With various commissioners, the five exhibitions look at the particularities, connections and fragmentation of Latin American art since its beginnings until its most recent artistic creations from different points of view.

  • Exhibition view. Versiones del Sur: Cinco propuestas en torno al arte en América. F[r]icciones, 2000
    12 december, 2000 - 25 march, 2001

    F[r]icciones is one of five exhibitions from Versiones del Sur dedicated to Latin American art and held simultaneously at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Sabatini building, the Palacio de Velázquez and Palacio de Cristal between late 2000 and early 2001. With various curators, the five exhibitions look at the particularities, connections and fragmentation of Latin American art since its beginnings until its most recent artistic creations from different points of view.

  • Exhibition view. The Kinetic[s], 2007
    27 march, 2007 - 20 august, 2007

    Movement and speed as a reference of modernity and the machine as a symbol of technological progress have been around since early avant-garde artistic discourse. But it is in the Paris of the Sixties where, focused around the Denise René gallery, a group of artists, many of them Latin-American, give programmatic basis to Kinetic Art. From this moment the kinetic factor is begun to be understood as a trend that seeks expression in the movement of the creative arts through various channels: shaping an illusion of a virtual movement in the optic impression of the spectator that does not really exist; inducing the spectator to move in space, to mentally organise the reading of a particular sequence, or performing real movements of images through the use of motors.

  • Willys de Castro. Objeto ativo (cubo vermelho/branco), 1962. Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection
    January 23 – September 16, 2013

    Concrete Invention

    Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection

    The exhibition The concrete invention looks at the development of geometric abstraction in Latin America, and it encompasses the period spanning the 1930s through the 1970s.

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