Monthly Archives: May 2016

El País Article – ARTES member Jesusa Vega discusses the Issue of Deattribution

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ARTES member Professor Jesusa Vega and keynote speaker at our Goya Symposium last November writes in El País on the decision by the Bosch Research and Conservation Project (BRCP) to deattribute two paintings in the Prado: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things and The Temptation of St Anthony.

La Mesa de los pecados capitales no es de El Bosco (y no pasa nada) 

El Pais – Arte y Mercado -19 March 2016

 

SCAN – Exhibition of Contemporary Spanish Art in London – Marco Godoy: Europe – Wed 25 May – Sat 16 July 2016

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Exhibition of Contemporary Spanish Art in London

MARCO GODOY: EUROPE

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Wed 25 May – Sat 16 July 2016

Wed – Sat   12.00 – 6.00 pm

Copperfield London is pleased to announce the first UK solo exhibition of Marco Godoy (b.1986 Madrid), following his MA at the Royal College of Art (2014) and subsequent inclusion in group exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo and the Centre Pompidou.

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Focusing on the visual and symbolic relationships between authority and power, Godoy analyses the social and political ramifications of the real and fictional divides that make up the European Union. Mixing sculpture, installation and performance, the exhibition frustrates any fixed conception of either physical or symbolic borders.

COPPERFIELD

6 Copperfield Street, London SE1 0EP

www.copperfieldgallery.com

For interviews and a full selection of high resolution images please email info@copperfieldgallery.com

Miguel Barceló, Paris

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Miguel Barceló: Sol y Sombra

Musée Picasso, Paris
22 March – 31 July 2016

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
22 March – 28 August 2016

Born in 1957 in Majorca, Barceló is the first contemporary artist invited to present a monographic exhibition at the recently reopened Musée Picasso. Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and works on paper, from the 1990s to the present day, are on display, highlighting the affinities with Picasso’s work processes and motifs.
The BnF, meanwhile, focuses on Barceló’s prints.

Exhibition: Madrid Realists

Antonio López Sink and Mirror, 1967 (detail)

Antonio López
Sink and Mirror, 1967 (detail)

Madrid Realists

Museo Thyssen Bornemisza, Madrid,
9 February – 22 May 2016 — EXTENDED TO 29 MAY 2016

Shows the work of a group of modern and contemporary realist painters and sculptors, who have worked in Madrid since the 1950s. The display has a thematic structure and includes 89 works, oil paintings, sculptures, reliefs and drawings, all depicting domestic interiors, courtyards and street-views of the city of Madrid. Exhibition catalogue: texts by Guillermo Solana, Jürgen Schilling and Francisco Calvo Serraller.

Exhibition: Sorolla, Madrid

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Exhibition:
Sorolla tierra adentro

Museo Sorolla, Madrid
9 February – 5 June 2016

Final month of an exhibition reuniting 35 landscape paintings belonging to the Sorolla Museum. Focuses on views of Spain’s interior, especially Castille’s central meseta, Asturian mountains and a series of cathedrals and Andalucian monuments, patios and gardens. Painted by Sorolla in 1902, alongside the landscape artist Aureliano de Beruete.