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EXHIBITION

ALBERTO CORAZÓN.
THE FURTIVE HUNTER

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente. (SEGOVIA)
20.10.2022 – 08.01.2023

This exhibition unveils the artist’s creative process through 58 pieces, 41 of which had never been on display before. The works are organised around Corazón’s key themes: his table designs, outlining his personality at the outset of the show; still lifes; the cliffs he studied and painted from the sea; sculptures and bronzes; nocturnal and sand gardens; a “silence” (of the kind he always sought as an inner path to his creativity); and a self-portrait that is nothing other– yet again – than one of his infinite views of cliffs. Inaugurated in Cuenca in October 2021, the exhibition is touring Alicante, La Rioja, Segovia and Valladolid to come again to Castilla-La Mancha so as to finish its itinerance at the Roberto PoloCollection. Centre of Modern and Contemporary Art in Toledo next year.

Hours

From monday to friday, from 9h to 14h and 16h to 21:45 / Saturday, from 10h to 14h and 17 to 21:45 / Sunday, from 10 to 14 h.

Address

Sala municipal de exposiciones la Lonja del Pescado, Alicante.

EXHIBITION

SCULPTURE GARDEN:

With pieces by Oteiza, Miquel Navarro, Kcho, Dagoberto Rodríguez, Alberto Corazón, Francisco Sobrino and Arturo Berned, and a colossal photographic wall by José Manuel Ballester, in the manner of a trompe l’oeil: an open air space to walk and behold art

After the tradition of great museums since Greek and Roman Antiquity and coinciding with its third anniversary, the Roberto Polo Collection. Centre of Modern and Contemporary Art of Castilla-La Mancha (CORPO) opened a Sculpture Garden in its headquarters in Toledo in April 2022. The access patio to the former Municipal Library was recovered; it is adjacent to the museum and and was in a state of absolute abandonment. Now it has become a 2,000 square meter environment of art and nature.

Horarios

De Lunes a Sábado: De 10:00 a 18:00
Domingos: 10:00 a 15:00

Dónde

Centro de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Castilla-La Mancha
Paseo del Miradero 1, 45001 Toledo

EXHIBITION

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY 2022: “CROSSED LOOKS”

The Museum of Santa Cruz and the Roberto Polo Collection. Centre of Modern and Contemporary Art of Castilla-La Mancha (CORPO) launch a project for the exchange of works under the title “Crossed Looks”, whose first action was presented last May 18 May, International Museum Day 2022, in search of an interaction between both institutions that makes different periods dialogue. This first action deals with portrait and human face: CORPO has temporarily borrowed the Apostolate attributed to Nicolás Francés (15th centuiry), and the Museum of Santa Cruz has two oils and a drawing (1927-1931) by the Franco-Belgian artist Pierre-Louis Flouquet on loan.

Horarios

De Lunes a Sábado: De 10:00 a 18:00
Domingos: 10:00 a 15:00

 

 

De Lunes a Sábado: De 10:00 a 18:00
Domingos: 9:00 a 15:00

 

Dónde

Colección Roberto Polo.
Centro de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Castilla-La Mancha, Pº. del Miradero 1 45001 Toledo

Museo de Santa Cruz,
Calle Miguel de Cervantes, 3 45001 Toledo

EXHIBITION

PRIETO/ GARCÍA LORCA.
HISTORY OF A FRIENDSHIP

Contextualize the plastic and literary creation of these two great artists, exhibiting it alongside that of their contemporaries from the international avant-garde in which they are registered: Federico García Lorca and Gregorio Prieto, poet-painter and poet-painter. This is the content of the new space that the Roberto Polo Collection. Castilla-La Mancha Center for Modern and Contemporary Art (CORPO) opened on December 20 at its museum headquarters in Toledo.

Hours

From Monday to Saturday: From 10:00 to 18:00 Sundays: 10:00 to 15:00

Address

Centro de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Castilla-La Mancha
Paseo del Miradero 1, 45001 Toledo

EXHIBITION

José Manuel Ballester.
De Mondrian a Malévich

Rarely has the geometric abstraction of Islamic art encountered a more inspired dialogue with modern and contemporary creation. José Manuel Ballester (Madrid, 1960), winner of Spain’s National Photography Prize in 2010 and the National Engraving Prize in 1999, analyses, deconstructs and recreates the work of two of the greatest exponents of abstract geometric art that the world has ever known: Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872–1944, the founder of neoplasticism) and Ukrainian artist Kazimir Malevich (1878–1935, the father of suprematism). And the venue chosen to exhibit this dialogue is the remains of the caliphate palace (9th-11th c.), then Mudejar church (18th c.), invoking the echo and memory of Arab culture: the most direct reference in the abstract iconography of the avant-garde movements.

Horarios

De Lunes a Sábado: De 10:00 a 18:00
Domingos: 10:00 a 15:00

Dónde

Centro de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Castilla-La Mancha
Paseo del Miradero 1, 45001 Toledo