Visual Arts

Villa Savoya: The Machine of living
Visual Arts

Villa Savoya: The Machine of living

La Villa Saboya, considered to be a paradigm of modernism in architecture and of the new way of constructing housing in the 20th century, continues to have a profound impact, with its evocative beauty and meaning. Noel Hernández Built in 1929 and planned by Le Corbusier (Switzerland 1887, France 1965), […]

ICA, crisis victim
Visual Arts

ICA, crisis victim

The London Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) might close its doors in the next few months due to the recent economic situation. Ekow Eshum, chairman of the board of directors, has already informed his employees about the association’s current deficit, which is approximately £600,000.00 and which may increase to £1.2 […]

Exquisite Bodies
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Exquisite Bodies

Noel Hernández Wax figures were widely used in Europe since the 17th century in Faculties of Medicine. The use of wax figures, unlike corpses which used to deteriorate quickly, provided the best means of collecting and distributing knowledge about everything related to the human anatomy. These pieces of work could […]

The Sacred Made Real
Visual Arts

The Sacred Made Real

This exhibition explores Chrisitan art during the golden Spanish age created “to shock the senses and stir the soul” and also provides the opportunity to admire the polychrome paintings and sculptures from some of the best artists of 17th century Spain, being able to assess the connections/links between them and […]

Picasso’s Mediterranean Years
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Picasso’s Mediterranean Years

Among the various eras of  Pablo Picasso’s extensive and varied works, the years after Second World War gave rise to some of his most daring paintings.  It was during this time that he revolutionized sculpture and ceramics and pushed printing and other graphical techniques to their limits.  A generous collection […]