En los primeros meses de 2004 está previsto culminar las obras de ampliación según un proyecto cuyas coordenadas dicta la mole del antiguo hospital que construyó Sabatini, sede actual del museo. Alberto Medem y el estudio b720 son coautores del nuevo
It was the destiny of a modest magazine published during the Great War in the neutral Netherlands to revolutionize the visual arts with its abstractions, straight lines, and primary colors. And although Piet Mondrian was one of the ideologists of the
José Val del Omar (b. 1904, Granada; d. 1982, Madrid) began composing Auto Sacramental Invisible (Invisible Auto Sacramental) in 1949. In the form of a sound installation, he conceived this device to dovetail with a crafted outline that carefully dis
These days conceptual art is an institutional and in general rigid art. But it must not be forgotten that back in the 1970s, especially in the Spain that was still steep in the process of shedding the shackles of decades of Francoism, it was pure tra
The Reina Sofía Museum offers a tour of the Russian avant-garde art produced during the heyday of Dada – between World War I and Lenin’s death –, exploring the features both movements share, such as the negation of classical art, the innovative fusio
The work of the South African William Kentridge, born in Johanessburg in 1955 and winner of this year’s Princess of Asturias Award for the Arts, will be on view at the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid through 19 March 2018, in an exhibition whose subtitl
The Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid hosts a major exhibition on New Babylon, Constant’s utopia based on emancipation, technology, and play.
The Reina Sofía Museum hosts a major retrospective on Carl Andre, whose work suggests formal analogies with Mies van der Rohe’s.
The Reina Sofía devotes an exhibition to Mathias Goeritz, whose career mixed European avant-garde with the constants of American cultures.
The work of Richard Hamilton (1922–2011) – polyhedral, uninhibited, long-winded, indifferent to distinctions between genres – is hard to classify. This is a fact that, if possible, gives even greater importance to the major exhibition that up to 13 O
On the occasion of the Reina Sofía Museum’s grand retrospective of Dalí, Oscar Tusquets tells of his relationship with the painter, zeroing in on his special passion for architecture.
The surreal dwells among us. Far from just being an artistic and literary movement of the past century, surrealism is a dark pulse that shakes the present. The extraordinary popular success of the Dalí exhibition at Paris’s Pompidou and Madrid’s Rein