Tertulias ICRE: Emotions in Terracotta, the Other Italian Renaissance

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We start a new proposal for promoting the exchange of ideas between artists, historians, students and art lovers of sculpture. Every first Friday of each month we propose a new monthly meeting to discuss art in a relaxed atmosphere from the brief proposal of a lecturer.   On this first ...

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MARTYRIUM – Forli (ITALIA)

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Next 1st of November will open the last stage of the travelling exhibition MARTYRIUM SANCTAE EULALIA in the ORATORIO DI SAN SEBASTIANO and MUSEO DI PALAZZO ROMAGNOLI de Forli. Organised by The Crossing Lab and ICRE and curated by Jorge Egea, Ramón Casanova and Marco Servadei Morgagni, ...

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Book Presentation ‘Josep Dunyach. L’escultor i el seu temps’ by Isabel Marin

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  Josep Dunyach (Barcelona, 1886-1957) was a sculptor trained in the workshop of Eusebio Arnau. As many others contemporary sculptors was influenced by his contact with Paris, developing a classical Mediterranean style. He won a silver medal at the International Exhibition in 1929 and was ...

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11 OCT – 2 NOV // I BIENNAL D’ART LA POBLA DE SEGUR (LLEIDA)

Luca Freschi - Donna Selva - terracotta policroma invetriata e corona floreale in lamiera -  cm 53x65x13 - valore assicurativo euro 1.800

We are happy to present the Ia International Biennal d’Art de la Pobla de Segur, focused this year in outdoor sculpture, thanks to a collaboration with the Catalan Institute for Research in Sculpture (ICRE), the City of La Pobla de Segur and Lleida Provincial Council, that offer the ...

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FIGURATIVE SCULPTURE BETWEEN WARS – lecture Oct 9th (MEAM)

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The Europan Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) an the Catalan Institut for Reseach in Sculpture (ICRE) are glad to invite you to the lecture ‘FIGURATIVE SCULPTURE BETWEEN WARS’   by Patrick BADE, Art Historian and Professor at Christie’s Education in London, that will take place next ...

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