viernes, 29 de agosto de 2014

Pop Art Myths has colored up this summer in Madrid

Pop art emerged in late 1950s and early 1960s and was one of the most liberating moments  in the history of art. Pop art brought an end to the division between “high” & “low” culture. For the Pop Art, any image was recyclable and every object could become an art. Its true objective was to offer the art lovers a new interpretation of the image in contemporary culture.
The Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza presents ” Pop Art Myths”, the first exhibition on this subject in Madrid since Pop Art at the Museo Reina Sofía in 1992. More than 100 works are exhibited from Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Peter Blake , Mimmo Rotella, Eqipo Crónica among many others.
The exhibition is sponsored by Japan Tobacco International (JTI) and will include works from more than fifty museums and private collections around the world, with important loans from the National Gallery of Washington, the Tate, London, the IVAM, Valencia, and the prestigious Mugrabi Collection in New York, to name but a few.

Venue: Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Paseo del Prado 8, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Dates: 10 June to 14 Septembre 2014 
Openings hours: Tuesdays to Saturdays: 10.00 - 22.00h.
                             Sundays and Mondays: 10.00 - 19.00h.

Andy Warhol {Big Torn Cambell´s Soup Can}
(Foto:©zuzanasvak)