Turismo Madrid

 

5 temporary exhibitions

Today we propose five plans so that you can change your routine and discover new artists. Whether you are an art lover or not, we assure you that these exhibitions will not leave you indifferent. What are you waiting for to visit them?

1521-2021. V Comunero Centenary
Until April 9 you can enjoy this exhibition on the revolution of the Communities of Castile in the early sixteenth century, completely free of charge, at the Casa de la Entrevista in Alcalá de Henares. A reenactor will accompany the visit dedicated to schoolchildren, families or real specialists, which aims to raise awareness and make us love our history.

Nicolas Muller. The committed look
Until May 30, take the opportunity to visit this magnificent exhibition free of charge at the Sala El Águila. The aim of the exhibition is to learn more about the work of Nicolas Muller through 125 photographs, almost all of them unpublished. They are images that Nicolas Muller never produced or that are part of editorial works that only used a small part of them. 

Salt
Until May 23rd "La sal" can be visited at the Villanueva Pavilion of the Royal Botanical Garden. An exhibition on the salt mines of Bonanza in Sanlucar de Barrameda (Cadiz) by the Sevillian painter Carmen Laffon that offers a complete sample of her career, with a selection of fifty works made by the artist in recent years, in dialogue with works of her previous stages.

Javier Utray. An anamorphic portrait
Until July 11 do not hesitate to visit "Javier Utray. An anamorphic portrait", at the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo in Mostoles. The exhibition, Utray's first retrospective, aims to be both a tribute and a remembrance to this great artist, as well as a vindication of the importance and uniqueness of his creative personality.

Admission and activities at the contemporary art center are free of charge.

Picasso. Passion for ceramics
At the Picasso Museum-Eugenio Arias Collection in Buitrago del Lozoya, enjoy "Picasso. Passion for ceramics", a journey through the relationship of the artist from Malaga with the ceramic medium through its more than 30 pieces, with three different themes: tradition, metamorphosis and invention. A great opportunity to discover one of the many facets of one of the great artists in the history of mankind.

Admission and guided tours are free of charge.



Image credits: Work "La Sal. Salinas de Bonanza, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Esteros" by Carmen Laffón©Real Botanical Garden