With the new season, there are also new exhibitions. In the list that you will find below, we propose some of the most interesting ones. Let's get started!
Planeta Tierra: nuestros grandes desafíos
Until 19 April 2020 you can see this exhibition hosted by La Casa Encendida, which suggests a tour of the condition of the planet, through information panels located in the intermediate spaces of this cultural centre.
Jörg Immendorff. The Task of the Painter
The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is exhibiting this sample in the Sabatini building, which can be seen from 30 October to 13 April 2020. It is a retrospective dedicated to this German artist, with which we will be able to know his career, his stages and his essential transformations up to his last creative period.
Miguel Ángel Campano. D'après
The Sabatini building of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents the work of Miguel Ángel Campano (Madrid, 1948 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 2018) from 6 November to 20 April 2020 through a selection of over 100 works produced between 1972 and 2007.
Las artes del metal en Al Ándalus
The National Archaeological Museum brings together for the first time in the same space, the main masterpieces of Islamic metalwork of Al-Andalus in this exhibition, with the aim of learning more about this medieval civilization. In parallel, you can attend activities such as guided visits and conferences.
En África hace 1,7 millones de años: el origen del Achelense
The Regional Archaeological Museum presents with this exhibition the findings of the sites of Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, where a Spanish team has taken over from the great researchers on the origin of humanity in Africa, and that will allow attendees to see original materials never before exhibited.
Image credits: Gustave Caillebotte. El puente de Argenteuil y el Sena, 1883 (The Argenteuil Bridge and the Seine). Óleo sobre lienzo 65x82cm. Colleción privada. Sala de prensa Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza