With the new season, new exhibitions are coming. In the list below, we propose some of the most interesting ones. Let's start!
José Luis Alexanco. Ejercicio temporal
Until 1 November, the Sala Alcalá 31 is hosting this free exhibition, which covers the work of Madrid-born José Luis Alexanco through seven chapters, showing the evolution and research of this artist.
Tutankhamón: La Tumba y sus Tesoros
For its part, the Espacio 5.1 (IFEMA - Feria de Madrid), shows until 10 January 2021, more than 1,000 pieces that give a good account of the exuberant artistic heritage of ancient Egypt.
Del todo imposible
With this exhibition, the Sala de Arte Joven invites us to meditate on the possibility that this gallery has the capacity to remember and collect the stories that it has hosted. The exhibition is part of the winning projects of the 11th edition of the call 'Se busca comisario', which bets on new curatorial models.
Juan Valbuena. Donde doblan los mapas
The Sala Canal Isabel II will be hosting this exhibition, which brings together the five most personal projects of the Madrid-based photographer Juan Valbuena, until 15 November.
The Biblioteca Nacional de España is hosting this exhibition until 15 November, on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Miguel Delibes, one of the most loved, read and admired writers. This is a unique opportunity to look at his life and literary universe, thanks to more than 250 works from institutions such as the Fundación Miguel Delibes, the Real Academia Española, El Norte de Castilla, the Fundación Juan March and the Biblioteca Nacional itself.
Bill Viola. Espejos de lo invisible, en Madrid
The Espacio Fundación Telefónica presents, until the 10th of January 2021, this exhibition that invites us to learn about the trajectory of the video artist, whose evolution has been parallel to the development of video technology over the last forty years.
Sorolla. Dibujante sin descanso
Until 10 January 2021, the Sorolla Museum is showing more than one hundred drawings by the painter from Valencia, all of them from the museum itself except three, which have been lent by the Complutense University of Madrid and are being exhibited to the public for the first time. These drawings show the evolution of Sorolla's drawing, as well as the different uses that the painter gave to the drawing.
Alvaro Urbano. El despertar
La Casa Encendida, and also until January 10, 2021, surprises with this immersive installation composed of fragments that make up a building, now abandoned, to recreate forgotten stories.
Miradas y Resistencias
With the aim of making society conscious of the need to protect cultural heritage, last February the exhibition 'Miradas y Resistencias' began, which can be seen until 24 May 2021 in the National Museum of Natural Sciences. The exhibition includes more than 50 drawings made in ink and pencil that show different species of Iberian fauna and examples of the museum, by the Cantabrian artist, Nacho Zubelzu.
Last 17 July, this exhibition opened at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, where the Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj presents his new work, which is closely linked to his biography, the recent history of his country and the consequences of political and cultural tensions in the region. Until 28 February 2021.
Image credits: Del todo imposible | Region of Madrid