Spain museums adapt to survive budget cuts

by admin on April 1, 2013

Spain museums adapt to survive budget cuts

The Prado, Spain's leading art museum, will receive 30 percent less state funding this year. The Reina Sofia, home to Picasso's 20th century masterpiece “Guernica”, will get 25 percent less and the Thyssen-Bornemisza
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Franklin Bowles Galleries presents Eduardo Arranz-Bravo: Energy Land

In the 1970s, while living in the town of Vespella de Gaià in Tarragona, he signed with the Fernando Vijande Gallery in Madrid, which was the reference gallery for modern art in Spain. He moved his studio to Cadaqués in the
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Mexican Masterpieces Exhibition at Mona Lisa's Home the Louvre, Opens this …

Efe got a sneak peek at the exhibition, which offers visitors a look at fine works from New Spain exhibited among the Spanish paintings in the Paris art museum. “What we have tried to do is open the door to Mexican art from
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Spain-based artist brings new life to Bohol religious art heritage

Pinto Art Gallery, a haven of contemporary art, provides space for these 18th-century-inspired urnas, icons and triptychs, in the exhibit, “Urna: Catching the Spirit of a Heritage.” It opens today. As it turns out, the mo
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Habana Art Gallery Opens in Thunder Bay Canada

Cuban artwork is appearing in galleries France, Germany, Spain, Russia, Italy and even to in the most famous museums in the USA. This global art trend has now facilitated the opening of a new private collectors art and photog
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