Exhibitions that you can not miss this spring in Málaga
Málaga is more than ever, brims with art and culture
Many of the city's museums have presented new temporary exhibitions to complement the visit to their permanent collections.
The Japanese Yukimasa Ida in the house where Pablo Picasso was born, works by Dalí or Miró in the Carmen Thyssen Museum or the work of the Portuguese Paula Rego in the Picasso Museum are just some of the artists whose work you can admire in Málaga.
‘Paula Rego’, in the Picasso Museum of Málaga
The Picasso Museum of Málaga hosts a retrospective of the artist Paula Rego. Through art and imagination, the Portuguese painter revolutionizes figurative art and the representation of women.
A unique opportunity to admire the whole of his work and his impressive artistic career through more than 80 works, including collages, paintings, large-format pastels, drawings and etchings.
When: until 21 August 2022.
‘Real(ismos). Nuevas figuraciones en el arte español entre 1918 y 1936', at the Carmen Thyssen Museum
Aurelio Arteta, Francisco Bores, Salvador Dalí, Maruja Mallo, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso or Alfonso Ponce de León are some of the artists featured in 'Real(ismos)', the new temporary exhibition at the Carmen Thyssen Museum.
The exhibition offers a journey through 86 works from a short period in terms of time, but very intense on an artistic level: the break with nineteenth-century art that gave way to renewal and the artistic avant-garde. All grouped into traditional genres - spaces (landscapes, interior scenes), subjects (portraits and nudes), objects (still lifes). Not to be missed.
When: until 4 September 2022.
‘Yukimasa Ida visita a Pablo Picasso’, in the Casa Natal de Picasso Museum
The Casa Natal de Picasso Museum has just welcomed one of the most outstanding Asian artists on the current art scene: Yukimasa Ida. The painter lands in what was Picasso's home during his early years with a colourful exhibition made up of 43 pieces, including canvases, drawings and sculptures.
In addition, ir reinterprets the portraits of the painter from Malaga (Picasso, 2019) through the photographs that artists such as Doisneau took of him throughout his life. An interesting tribute to the famous universal artist that establishes a link with the culture of Japan.
When: until 2 October 2022.
‘Un tiempo propio. Liberarse de las ataduras de lo cotidiano’, at the Centre Pompidou Málaga
The streets of Málaga and París, like those of the whole world, were deserted and their cultural facilities remained closed. Calm and silence invaded our lives. The new semi-permanent exhibition at the Centre Pompidou Malaga offers an artistic view of confinement and the time we dedicate to ourselves.
Are some of the artists whose work is on display in this exhibition. A reflection of the diversity of the collections of the Musée national d'art moderne of the Centre Pompidou-Paris.
When: until 15 October 2023