Today we bring you 3 exhibitions from the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Conde Duque, located in a magnificent building dating from the early eighteenth century. You will find a place full of life, a public center dedicated to the dissemination of artistic and cultural practices, and completely open to all citizens of Madrid. Do not miss them!
El Crimen Perfecto
Enjoy until July 18 the exhibition "El Crimen Perfecto", in the Sala de las Bóvedas of the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Conde Duque, admission is free!
"El Crimen Perfecto" is a magnificent exhibition that brings together works by great artists such as Alberto Baraya, Gabriela Bettini, Sandra Cinto, Christian García Bello, Cinthia Marcelle, Mona Hatoum, Susana Solano, Baltazar Torres and Françoise Vanneraud, and whose curator is David Barro.
There is no place like home
Until June 20, let yourself be amazed by Isidro Blasco's "There is no place like home", a house made of wood that may seem unstable, mostly recycled and with some parts painted. The work functions as a gigantic sculpture that invites you to walk through it and reflect.
Isidro Blasco was born in Madrid in 1962. He is a sculptor with a degree in Fine Arts from the Universidad Complutense and lives in New York. He won the Pollock Krasner Foundation grant both in 1998 and 2010, and the Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts in 2000.
Posters of the stores in Madrid
The Sala SUR in Conde Duque offers you until June 30 an exhibition with which you can travel through the history of the stores of Madrid thanks to the magnificent collection of Carlos Velasco of old advertising posters. A beautiful journey through the life of Madrid's commerce decades ago, where you can appreciate how commerce has evolved over time.
The exhibition is a tribute to the advertisements of fifty or a hundred years ago in which, as an addition to the advertisement of the products, they added little tails to attract the attention of customers, emphasizing that the product was for sale in the place where the poster was hung or exposed.
Image credits: "The Perfect Crime"©Gabriela Bettini MadBlue exhibition.