If you are in the capital, going to see an exhibition is probably the best plan to make in this cold weather. Here we propose 3 free exhibitions that you will not be able to resist.
Plastic Arts Circuits
Come and visit the 31st edition of the Circuitos de Artes Plásticas de la Comunidad de Madrid, with the works of the artists selected in the last edition of this public call, which grants aid for the production and dissemination of their works to nine creators under 35 years of age resident in the region.
Through this exhibition, the Community of Madrid promotes emerging art and encourages creation in the field of visual arts, bringing together the different discourses of the art of young artists through autobiography, cultural identity, reflection on forms or the use of all kinds of artistic techniques.
This exhibition, located in the Sala de Arte Joven of the Community of Madrid, will be available until 28 February. Don't miss it!
Light and colour in times of grey
This painting exhibition, aimed at all audiences, takes its name "Light and colour in grey time" as a yearning for a return to normality in the face of the difficult times we are going through.
The works presented by Ana Hernando and Blanca Muñoz, are focused on the personal concerns of both artists, who are currently exploring their own figurative style. And you will be able to see them first hand, until January 31st at the Pilar Miró Cultural Centre.
The exhibition "Portraits", by Esther Fuente, which explores the question "How much does a look tell us", is made up of portraits that invite the visitor to immerse himself in each look and in each gesture, imagining the life of its protagonists and empathising with their state of mind.
Visit before January 31st at the Pilar Miró Cultural Centre, this exhibition of portraits in different techniques: graphite, watercolour and ceramics, and embark on this journey through emotions!
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