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  • School pupils in a moment of the visit
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Avant-garde Views

    Primary School Pupils

    In the early decades of the 20th century a new society was being defined by habits, modes of production and the relationships between the people that defined it, changes that were reflected in the cultural context, where artistic experimentation with highly diverse results took place. In Avant-garde Views, pupils will perceive these circumstances through an analysis of one the Avant-garde’s favourite themes – the representation of the artists’ surroundings and the spaces encircling them.

  • School pupils in a moment of the visit
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Bodies and Identities

    Primary School Pupils

    Through artists such as Pablo Picasso, Isidre Nonell and Joan Miró this guided tour reveals how different individual and collective identities converged in the early decades of the 20th century. This circumstance is put to pupils via an analysis of works that feature the body and personality as objects of physical and symbolic study.
     

  • Gallery view. Room 202
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Bodies and Identities

    Secondary School Pupils

    Through artists such as Pablo Picasso, Isidre Nonell and Joan Miró this guided tour reveals how different individual and collective identities converged in the early decades of the 20th century. This circumstance is put to pupils via an analysis of works that feature the body and personality as objects of physical and symbolic study.

  • Group in room 210 from the Collection
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Modernity and the Avant-garde

    Secondary School Pupils

    This guided tour for school groups aims to generate a vision of the series of events in art that occurred from the end of the 19th century to the 1930s, where a diverse range of artistic output was juxtaposed and connected. Therefore, the pupils are encouraged to adopt an active and critical stance stemming from a consideration of what the acceptance of the concept of modernity meant for classical Avant-garde artists.

  • Gallery view. Room 206
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    War: Art and Conflict

    Secondary School Pupils

    Not only was the Spanish Civil War a dramatic event, it was also the catalyst for diverse artistic strategies and attitudes. This guided visit spotlights how this circumstance would influence the cultural scene that existed before the outbreak of war, upholding its sphere of influence throughout this period and once the conflict had ended.

  • View of Room 417
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Spain: Art and Society in the 1959s and 1960s sets out an analysis of the Spanish artistic landscape following the Civil War and World War II. It focuses on the uniqueness of the time as a turning point in the return to experimentation after the trauma created by the conflicts. To illustrate the discourse, the visit takes us through works by artists including Eugene Smith, Antoni Tàpies and Equipo 57.

  • Visitor in Room 206
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    War: Art and Conflict

    Senior Citizens

    The Spanish Civil War was not just a dramatic historical event, but it also served as a catalyst for a range of artistic strategies and attitudes. This guided visit highlights just how the situation was to influence the cultural landscape that existed before the outbreak of the war and would maintain its sphere of influence throughout its course and even once the conflict had ended.

  • Vista de la sala 205 de la Colección
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    The idea of this guided visit is to give Senior Citizen groups a comprehensive view of the artistic events that took place between the final years of the 19th century and the 1930s, a time when numerous artistic proposals were juxtaposed and interconnected. Participants are invited to take an active, critical approach stemming from considered thought about just what their adoption of the concept of Modernity might have meant to the artists of the classic avant-garde.

  • Escolares frente a Los cuatro dictadores de Eduardo Arroyo
    14 October, 2013 - 13 June, 2014

    Spain: Art and Society in the 1959s and 1960s sets out an analysis of the Spanish artistic landscape following the Civil War and World War II. It focuses on the uniqueness of the time as a turning point in the return to experimentation after the trauma created by the conflicts. To illustrate the discourse, the visit takes us through works by artists including Eugene Smith, Antoni Tàpies and Equipo 57.