Spain's cultural and artistic richness can also be found beyond our borders. We present the international activities and options relating to Spanish creators and to our artistic and cultural heritage which take place in different countries throughout the world.
Jan 26, 2017 to Apr 9, 2017 - Milan, Italy / Exhibition
This retrospective, which aims to illustrate the complex world of Manolo Blahnik, presents 80 original designs and more than 200 shoes signed by the Spanish designer, spanning over his almost 50 years of career. His pieces, world unique, have become objects of worship. Blahnik, who the New York Times coined as “the shoe sculptor” will be the centre of this exhibition, showcasing his creative process. Held at the Palazzo Morando in Milan, it will later move on to other cities including St Petersburg, Prague, Madrid and Toronto. The Spaniard's shoes and designs will be on display alongside an unprecedented selection of historical footwear, including pieces from the 16th to the 20th century, providing a fascinating insight.
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The works by Joan Miró held by the Portuguese State are on show for the first time. This exhibition project by Alvaro Siza at the Casa de Serralves runs through the six decades of the artist's career.
The 17th century is one of the most fascinating chapters of the history of art in Spain. It was the era of great masters such as Velázquez, Zurbarán, Murillo and El Greco.
In its third year, this festival will be celebrated in various locations until spring 2017, and will include a special homage to the composer Enrique Granados.