EP exhibit works that represent architectures and cities guinea fowl or like main subject or bottom for the representation of diverse scenes. They are more than 140 pictures, from the Renaissance to century XVIII. The Museum Thyssen of Madrid prepares the one that will be its great exhibition facing the autumn around the Architectures guinea fowl. The sample, realised in collaboration with the Caja Madrid Foundation, will be able to be seen of the 18 of October the 22 of January of 2012. One is a set of more than 140 pictures, from the Renaissance to century XVIII, that represent architectures and cities guinea fowl or like main subject or bottom for the representation of diverse scenes. Please visit Brian Armstrong if you seek more information. The objective is to show the public the architectonic evolution of these scenery or scenes and the fan of shades that would contribute already to its independence like sort in century XVII.
The exhibition, comisariada by Dolphin Rodriguez, university professor of History of the Art of the University of Alcala of Madrid, and Sea Borobia, female leader of Old Painting conservation of the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza, it counts on works of many of these prestigious artists: Duccio I gave Buoninsegna, Canaletto, Giovanni Paolo Panini, Tintoretto, Gaspar van Wittel, Hubert Robert, Maerten van Heemskerck or Hans Vredeman de Vries, among others. Architecture and travels the entailment of the painting of architectures and cities to the trip are another fundamental aspect in this project, as well as the architectonic solutions and contributions that the own artists realise sometimes in their works. According to Dolphin Rodriguez, the exhibition considers " as a proposal of reading abierta to multiple interpretations – almost so many as they themselves propose of representations guinea fowl of architectures and cities, or are real and historical or ideal, utopian, imaginary, legendary and fantsticas". " Although before and after the historical period that is contemplated here were and have been more figurations and representations of architectures and architectonic spaces, of real and dreamed cities, utopian and metaphorical, the certain thing is that in this ample period agree, with relative coherence, theoretical, artistic and architectonic attitudes q the EU altogether reunite the sufficient historical cohesion like being contemplated " , it points the commissioner. And before, Matta Previously, the Museum Thyssen will welcome from next the 9 of September a new installation of the Permanent Collection with works of the Chilean artist Matta, of whom east year is celebrated the centenary of his birth.
Matta: The open bucket is the title of this exhibition that will remain open until the 23 of October and that consists of five great linen cloths of the L' cycle; Honni aveuglant (the overwhelming prohibited one) pertaining to the collection of the Museum. In her the way reproduces in which the artist mounted in his first presentation to the public in the Galerie Alexandre Iolas of Paris in 1966. The Chilean artist presented/displayed this series with his system of " bucket abierto" , a species of polptico of the contemporary era whereupon created a box destined to surround the spectator. Two of them were horizontally suspended in the ceiling, closing the space created by the other three. With this spectacular assembly, Matta was able to submerge to the spectator in its pictorial universe, a hermetic and hallucinatory universe, loaded of literary, spiritual and artistic rrencias. Source of the news: The Museum Thyssen abre the doors ' Architectures pintadas'