Events for 13 May 2021
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The video of the presentation of the exhibition "Mythological Passions. Titian, Veronese, Allori, Rubens, Ribera, Poussin, Van Dyck, Velázquez", celebrated on 1 March 2021, is now avaliable on the youtube account of the Museo Nacional del Prado.
Acción Cultural Española supports the participation of Spanish artists, selected by the Biennial: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Teresa Solar.
Developed with the support of The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain, La Reina del Metal is Vanessa Aibar's latest project. This performance, which is the result of her collaboration with Enric Monfort, takes the audience to an old olive factory in Seville.
Explore the rooms of the exhibition 'Mythological Passions' organised by Museo Nacional del Prado with the maximum image quality. This Virtual Visit also offers a short Guided Tour led by Alejandro Vergara, one of the exhibition’s curators.
One of the twentieth century’s most celebrated artists, Joan Miró’s magical universe is explored in this intimate exhibition spanning 50 years of creative production curated by Dr Javier Molins.
The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain presents the second edition of The Iberian Frame, a series of film sessions displaying some of the best Spanish feature films. The series will allow viewers to stream the titles for 48 hours for free, making them available exclusively on our website.
Pablo a.k.a. "El Bola" is a twelve-year-old boy with an overly strict father. He has few friends at school until a new kid, Alfredo, arrives. The warm, caring atmosphere in Alfredo's family provides a stark contrast to Pablo's oppressive father. Pablo's experience of his friend's family teaches him to confront his worst fears.
Carmen, Inés and Eva are private detectives. Instead of hats and guns, they do the groceries, take care of children and work on revealing other people’s secrets. But as their lives evolve, they will find out there are lies they have not been able to see and truths it’s better not to reveal.
As part of the program organized for the online exhibition The Great Conspiracy, the Embassy of Spain in London is pleased to introduce a talk between artists Paco Chanivet, author of the ongoing project Palimpsesto, and Carlos Monleón. Directed by the curators of the project, Manuela Pedrón y Jaime González, the talk will explore the work of both artist and the realities of producing new pieces withhin London's scene.