With pieces by Oteiza, Miquel Navarro, Kcho, Dagoberto Rodríguez, Alberto Corazón, Arturo Berned and Francisco Sobrino, 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.

From: 06.04.2022

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

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

Zazpiak, sculpture by Jorge Oteiza (1970-2001); on the left, Head XIX, by Arturo Berned, 2019.

Inverted Bridge, by Cuban artist Dagoberto Rodríguez (2019), corten steel
and painted steel.

Left, Columna infinita, from Kcho (2015). Iron Juan, by Alberto Corazón (2000), corten steel, nearly three metres

Arriba, Columna infinita, de Kcho (2015). Abajo, Juan de Hierro, de Alberto Corazón, 2000.

Bridge in the Tablas de Daimiel, mural photograph by Juan Manuel Ballester (2013-2022, 3.3x17m).

Francisco Sobrino’s three children (from left to right: Delia, Celia and Daniel) in front of the work Untitled (1990), steel, three metres high.