The Gaviria Palace hosts an exhibition dedicated to the great revolutionaries of twentieth century art such as Duchamp, Magritte or Dalí.
From April 10 to July 15 the visitor can enjoy a sample that contains many works, all loans from the Museum of Jerusalem and belonging to the collection of Arturo Schwart. Arthemisia, Italian company dedicated to the organization of this type of events, is responsible for bringing this exhibition to Madrid.
The exhibition, which bears the subtitle of Masterpieces of the Museum of Israel, Jerusalem, is a tribute to those names that marked a landmark in the past century and gave impetus to a time full of creativity.
The exhibition is divided into five thematic blocks: Surprising Approaches; Automatism and Subconscious; Biomorphism and Metamorphism; Desire, The Muse, Violence, and Dream Landscape.
Among some of the works that stand out: Le Chateau de Pirineo (1969) by Magritte, Surrealist Essay (1934) by Dalí, LHOOQ (1919-1964) by Duchamp, and Main Ray (1935), by Man Ray. The exhibition also presents works by authors such as Ernst, Tanguy, Calder, Picabia and more.
April 10 to July 15
Palace of Gaviria (Calle del Arenal, 9- Metro Sol)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (The ticket office closes one hour before)