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El Palacio de Gaviria

Exhibition

From 10 April the exhibition ‘Duchamp, Magritte, Dalí Revolucionarios del siglo XX will be presented in Madrid at the Palacio Gaviria. Obras maestras del Museo de Israel, Jerusalén’: an outstanding exhibition devoted to the rrvolutionaries of Dada and Surrealism.

Bringing together works in all media by Duchamp, Magritte and Dalí, but also Ernst, Tanguy, Man Ray, Calder, Picabia, Schwitters, Höch, Blumenfeld, Janco, and many others, the exhibition illustrates a period of brilliant and extraordinary creativity through masterpieces such as Le Chateau de Pyrenees (1959, Magritte), Surrealist Essay (1934, Dalí) and Main Ray (1935 Man Ray).

The 180 works are on loan from the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, which – largely thanks to the gift of Italian scholar-poet-gallerist Arturo Schwarz – boasts one of the world’s leading collections of Dada and Surrealism. The exhibition is curated by international scholar Dr. Adina Kamien-Kadzan, Senior Curator of Modern Art at the Israel Museum.

The exhibition is displayed within the majestic halls of Palacio de Gaviria and is organized by the Arthemisia and Art Project S.r.l. along with the Cultura e Arte Foundation, in cooperation with The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the City Council of Madrid, and the Israeli Embassy in Spain.

The exhibition was designed by the eminent architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca, who at this occasion has reconstructed Dalí’s Mae West room and the installation 1,200 Sacks of Coal created by Duchamp for the Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme in 1938.

THE EXHIBITION
The exhibition unfolds across five thematic sections: Marvellous Juxtapositions; Desire: Muse and Abused; Automatism and its Evolution; Biomorphism and Metamorphosis; Illusion and Dreamscape.

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Exhibition

Renè Magritte. Le Château de Pyrénées 1959
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem © Renè Magritte VEGAP,
Madrid, 2018
From 10 April the exhibition ‘Duchamp, Magritte, Dalí Revolucionarios del siglo XX will be presented in Madrid at the Palacio Gaviria. Obras maestras del Museo de Israel, Jerusalén’: an outstanding exhibition devoted to the rrvolutionaries of Dada and Surrealism.

Bringing together works in all media by Duchamp, Magritte and Dalí, but also Ernst, Tanguy, Man Ray, Calder, Picabia, Schwitters, Höch, Blumenfeld, Janco, and many others, the exhibition illustrates a period of brilliant and extraordinary creativity through masterpieces such as Le Chateau de Pyrenees (1959, Magritte), Surrealist Essay (1934, Dalí) and Main Ray (1935 Man Ray).

The 180 works are on loan from the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, which – largely thanks to the gift of Italian scholar-poet-gallerist Arturo Schwarz – boasts one of the world’s leading collections of Dada and Surrealism. The exhibition is curated by international scholar Dr. Adina Kamien-Kadzan, Senior Curator of Modern Art at the Israel Museum.

The exhibition is displayed within the majestic halls of Palacio de Gaviria and is organized by the Arthemisia and Art Project S.r.l. along with the Cultura e Arte Foundation, in cooperation with The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the City Council of Madrid, and the Israeli Embassy in Spain.

The exhibition was designed by the eminent architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca, who at this occasion has reconstructed Dalí’s Mae West room and the installation 1,200 Sacks of Coal created by Duchamp for the Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme in 1938.

THE EXHIBITION
The exhibition unfolds across five thematic sections: Marvellous Juxtapositions; Desire: Muse and Abused; Automatism and its Evolution; Biomorphism and Metamorphosis; Illusion and Dreamscape.

Opening Times

Mon – Tue – Wed – Thur and Sun 10.00 am – 8.00 pm
Fri and Sat 10.00 am – 9.00 pm
(Last entry one hour before)

Info & Booking

www.ticketea.com
902 044 226

El Palacio de Gaviria

Una exposición organizada por:

Con:

En colaboración con:

Comunicación y prensa:

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