|REINA SOFIA COLLECTION|
|Tuesday, 17 January 2012 12:09|
Since November 30th, Reina Sofia Museum exhibits the third part of its Collection, which comprises the period between 1962 and 1982.
The whole Museum Collection is organized in four parts, depending on the century (XX and XXI) and the origin of the works (Spanish or International). We can start by visiting the collection related to the 20s and 30s (located on the second floor of the Sabatini Building) and the exhibition on the fourth floor called Is the War Over? Art in a Divided World (1945-1968), that covers works from the post-war period.
Now, with the opening of this third part of the museum collection, we can visit two rooms in the Nouvel Building. From Revolt to Postmodernity (1962-1982) explores the political, cultural, social changes that took place in that period, with more than 300 works: paintings, sculptures, photographs, audiovisual materials, etc.
The rooms dedicated to this period exhibit works form different artist like: Sol LeWitt, Dan Flavin, Hélio Oiticica, Luis Gordillo, Gerhard Richter, Pistoletto, Carl Andre, Hans Haacke, Eugènia Balcells, Eulalia Grau, Mario Merz, Marcel Broodthaers, Donald Judd, Moraza, Molero, Yvonne Rainer, Buren, Jo Spence, Guillermo Pérez Villalta, Carlos Alcolea, Carlos Leon, Esther Ferrer, Concha Jerez, George Brecht, Alberto Corazón, Colita, or Nacho Criado, among others.
Reina Sofia Museum. From Revolt to Postmodernity (1962-1982) collection 3.
General admission: Collection and temporal exhibitions: 6.00 €.
Robert Filliou. Autoportrait bien fait, mal fait, pas fait, 1973. Courtesy of Galerie Nelson-Freeman, Paris. Photo: Florian Kleinefenn
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