One of the greatest works of Spanish Renaissance architecture. It was designed by Diego de Siloé as a funerary chapel for the secretary of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Its outstanding features include the main façade and the altarpiece by Berruguete.
Its 20th-century collection includes works by some of the great names of modern art and the avant-garde movements of the last century. It also offers the Caja Mediterráneo Collection, with leading artists from the last 40 years of Spanish contemporary art.
She comes from a family with deep roots in the theatre. A distinguished stage, film and television actress, her work has been recognised with major awards. March will find her back in the theatre with the play 'Cartas de amor', in Barcelona.
This piece is unique in its category. It is a late Bronze Age axe, with four rings instead of the expected two. The context in which it was found also attests to its singularity.
Pollock, Rothko, Kooning, Motherwell… a selection of works which redefined painting in the mid-20th century.
The exhibition has been extended until the end of April.
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