ART MADRID'20

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THE SUBLIME MOMENT

ISABEL ALONSO VEGA

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EBONY AND IVORY

JORG KARG

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ART MADRID'20

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THE SUBLIME MOMENT

ISABEL ALONSO VEGA

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Contemporary Art Fair

Outstanding Works

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Isabel Alonso Vega | Rojo

Isabel Alonso Vega

Rojo, 2018

Ink and methacrylate

40 x 40 x 13 cm

€3,500.00

Hugo Alonso | Untitled 07

Hugo Alonso

Untitled 07, 2018

Acrylic on paper

200 x 152 cm

Samuel Salcedo | Peace 1/2/3 (cada pieza)

Samuel Salcedo

Peace 1/2/3 (cada pieza), 2018

Resina de epoxy

70 x 60 x 65 cm

€9,320.00

Andrea Torres Balaguer | Swift

Andrea Torres Balaguer

Swift, 2018

Mixed media

123 x 95 cm

Carmen Calvo | A table

Carmen Calvo

A table, 2017

Mixed media on paper

49 x 34 cm

Okuda San Miguel | Grey Skull

Okuda San Miguel

Grey Skull, 2018

17-ink hand-printed by Inkvisible Prints on 220 g pink fabriano paper

70 x 50 cm

€400.00

Kepa Garraza | Felipe IV

Kepa Garraza

Felipe IV, 2016

Pastel sobre papel

200 x 140 x 2 cm

Rubén Martín de Lucas | República 12

Rubén Martín de Lucas

República 12, 2019

Obra gráfica impresa sobre papel Hahnemühle

74 x 61 cm

€350.00

Lino Lago | Pintura sobre pintura (Rojo sobre Voet)

Lino Lago

Pintura sobre pintura (Rojo sobre Voet), 2019

Óleo y poliéster sobre lienzo

50 x 41 cm

Yamandú Canosa | Poniente

Yamandú Canosa

Poniente, 2018

Oil on paper

42 x 29.7 cm

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26 jun. 2019

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NO MORE GREY WALLS

Urban art is here to stay. Society is increasingly inclined to admit this form of artistic expression, albeit within guidelines. Differentiating street art from vandalism is still a tricky subject that generates discrepancies. However, there are more and more urban spaces set up to receive the proposals of these spray masters and clean walls left at their disposal, ready to receive a layer of creative paint.
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20 jun. 2019

Breaking News

DYING OF SUCCESS: HOW TO KEEP SUSTAINABLE MUSEUMS IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Just a few days ago, the ranking of the most visited museums in the world in 2018 was published. Once again, the Louvre occupied the first position, and also with great satisfaction, we saw the Reina Sofía Museum in the top 20 for another year. In the world panorama, European museums have a considerable weight, with nine institutions located in the first 20 positions. Taken together, the figures reflect a 15% increase in the number of visitors, demonstrating the growing interest of the public in accessing these large collections.
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18 jun. 2019

exhibitions

THE LONELINESS OF THE CONTEMPORARY INDIVIDUAL IN THE WORK OF TETSUYA ISHIDA

The Reina Sofía Museum organises the exhibition entitled "Self-portrait of another", devoted to Tetsuya Ishida, a young creator who had a short and intense career of just ten years of production. His work develops a narrative of its own in which people appear enclosed in claustrophobic places, with an alteration of the scales to underline the effect of confinement and the anguished sensation of not finding an exit.
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