Iaacc pablo serrano zaragoza

Iaacc pablo serrano zaragoza

Erin memento reminds us that on august 7 plays on the rooftop

Pablo Serrano (Mariano Lasheras) proposes a journey through the artist’s work, to deepen the knowledge and meaning of his sculpture, and the deep emotional charge that permeates all his work. In the words of the Crivillén sculptor: “A museum should be a meeting place between the work and the viewer, between the author and the spectator”.
Last February 2021, the call for a contract for the elaboration of a curatorial project and unpublished contemporary artistic production Pablo Serrano / Juana Francés was published, which can be expressed through any artistic manifestation.
After evaluating all the candidate projects, the project entitled La distancia más corta, an approach to bell-shaped ceramics from the geometry of the artist Roberto Coromina, was proposed for the award of the contract.
Regarding the project, Coromina himself points out that “Art History and Painting are the themes on which I work. My interest is to question painting, its images, perception, presences and absences; in short, its raison d’être. I use different techniques and supports, sometimes more faithful to tradition, other times creating objects and shaping the space. My goal is to reflect on the support itself. It doesn’t matter if it’s painting, sculpture or installation: that’s the least of it. I work with the techniques and materials that best suit each project. I use artistic practice as a tool to understand the environment around me, the people I know, the landscape I inhabit, the city I live in, the nature I observe and the social, economic and political current affairs.” The research project to be developed by the artist starts from the Campaniform ceramics to study it from the point of view of the geometric tradition developed in the twentieth century and executes

Inauguration of the pablo serrano museum

The exhibition, curated by Alejandra Rodriguez Cunchillos, is conceived with the aim of promoting spaces for critical thinking, experimentation and artistic and cultural creation, which can serve as a tool to review and make visible the presence of women and other underrepresented groups in contemporary art. It aims to be a transversal and plural reference where different artistic and cultural perspectives can enter into dialogue and serve as a tool to review and make visible the presence of women in contemporary art.
We live surrounded by objects. Objects linked to the evolution of each life, pieces that reveal the truth of the human condition and give us back the reflection of our vulnerability, hidden in the most everyday, in the intimate, in the familiar. Still lifes, still lifes of everyday compositions, constant reminders of the absent presence of the one who has just left, perhaps in the forgotten mug or cup.
The new proposal, under the title The Life of Objects, is made up of a selection of works that offer perspectives of man’s action on our planet, altered in order to adapt it to his needs or whims.

The century of balenciaga in iaacc pablo serrano of

The museum is located in the former workshops of the provincial hospice, known as Hogar Pignatelli, which were restored by the Aragonese architect José Manuel Pérez Latorre to adapt them to their new museum function.
The center opened its doors on May 27, 1994 and has its origin in the foundation created by Pablo Serrano shortly before his death. In 1995 the foundation was dissolved and its assets became the property of the Government of Aragon, which within a few months created the current institution: the Instituto Aragonés de Arte y Cultura Contemporáneos Pablo Serrano (IAACC).

Juana francés: a will to research

The exhibition, curated by Alejandra Rodriguez Cunchillos, is conceived with the aim of promoting spaces for critical thinking, experimentation and artistic and cultural creation, which can serve as a tool to review and make visible the presence of women and other underrepresented groups in contemporary art. It aims to be a transversal and plural reference where different artistic and cultural perspectives can enter into dialogue and serve as a tool to review and make visible the presence of women in contemporary art.
We live surrounded by objects. Objects linked to the evolution of each life, pieces that reveal the truth of the human condition and give us back the reflection of our vulnerability, hidden in the most everyday, in the intimate, in the familiar. Still lifes, still lifes of everyday compositions, constant reminders of the absent presence of the one who has just left, perhaps in the forgotten mug or cup.
The new proposal, under the title The Life of Objects, is made up of a selection of works that offer perspectives of man’s action on our planet, altered in order to adapt it to his needs or whims.