The Spanish film industry has a new rising star, and indeed, as is becoming the norm in recent times, it’s a woman: Alauda Ruiz de Azúa. According to Pedro Almodóvar, 'Lullaby' (original title: 'Cinco lobitos') is “the best debut in years”.
Painting lovers have on Talento a bordo a space of their own.
News, reporting, exclusive interviews... We bring the most relevant and promising names of this artistic discipline closer to you.
Through their art gallery, WE COLLECT, Enrique del Río and Amaia de Meñaka tell us how to discover the artists who will become the great masters of the future, and how to promote smart collecting.
Laura Cano’s portraits inhale modernity and exhale classicism, which is why they’re able to transport the audience to bygone eras while remaining in the present. What’s behind this unique gaze?
We wind our way across Madrid with Rosh:., also known as Rosh333 or RLove, in search for the best urban art.
The INGOYA exhibition offers a tour that immerses the viewer in Goya's work based on a single premise: complement what can be seen in the main art galleries of the world through new and immersive staging.
Art by Women
Thanks to these women, today, female art continues to gain visibility around the world, in all five continents and in multiple forms of expression. An unstoppable phenomenon reflected in these five exhibitions where women are the theme.
Spain, Belgium, Germany, Italy... The girls, women and natural elements that fill Lula Goce’s work are being flaunted by façades around the world, including the mecca of street art, New York. Additionally, two of her pieces are on the list of the 100 best graffito in the world.
The Museo Nacional del Prado brings together the best collection of drawings by the Saragossa-born artist. In addition, next November it will open 'Only my strength of will remain', an exhibition showcasing more than 300 of Goya’s drawings that make up a chronological survey of the concerns of an artist who was not an indulgent observer but a major satirical and critical chronicler of a turbulent society.
Photography, film, painting, literature or theatre. A tireless worker, Carlos Saura doesn’t distinguish between artistic disciplines. These days, his name is clearly displayed in an exhibition dedicated to him by the Círculo de Bellas Artes, where this genius reveals his facet as a master of images.
Picasso Meets Calder
The art of Pablo Ruiz Picasso meets the disruptive talent of Alexander Calder in 'Calder-Picasso': a unique exhibition hosted by the Museo Picasso Málaga until 2 February 2020. We take a look at the fortuitous meeting that lies at the heart of one of the key exhibitions of this season.
Literature, illustration, painting—the boundaries between disciplines have never been an obstacle for the versatile Paula Bonet to express her inner world. The coming days she will be at the Eñe Festival, which occupies a special place in her heart, with her show 'Abrir la boca y decir lo nuestro' [Open our mouths and say our thing], in which painting and live poetry go hand in hand.
Sanz i Vila
His illustrations have been featured in international television series, festival posters, beverage and furniture campaigns, and book covers. The iconography of the Alicante-born Sanz i Vila is part of a new graphic imaginary that creates a personal style to talk about issues that matter.
Her name and work appears, both in Spain and abroad, on TV commercials, beverage and perfume packaging design, exhibition halls, art books, and fashion stores. And, of course, on Instagram. Coco Dávez’s artistic universe is expanding endlessly.
Let’s Go Gallery-Hopping!
Apertura Madrid Gallery Weekend, an art fair launched 10 years ago with the aim to support emerging and consolidated artists, promote art collecting and, most importantly, to attract people to their galleries.
The Leon town of La Bañeza is fighting the exodus to big cities with street art. Every August, the town’s facades serve as a canvas for artists from all over the world participating in the Art Aero Rap festival.
Their work decorates the streets of cities such as Berlin, New Delhi, Panama and São Paulo. For Boa Mistura, art is participative—both the place and its neighbours have a say because they believe in resident’s critical and human capacity.
Okuda San Miguel
An explosion of colour. Geometrical shapes. Fantasy animals. Lysergic prints. Imaginary landscapes. Welcome to Okuda’s universe, a sparkling, unprejudiced world expanding at light speed.
Velázquez, Rembrandt And Vermeer
Velázquez, Rembrandt and Vermeer had more in common than history has wanted us to realise. As part of its fantastic and rewarding 200th anniversary celebrations, the Prado Museum is now revealing it to us, until the end of September.