#Hashtags for a Collection

This project involves the Museum suggesting to various colleagues, artists, curators, critics, mediators and audiences of Artium that they select a work from the Collection and define their own hashtags for it.

The initiative aims to raise awareness about the value of the artistic works contained in Artium’s exceptional contemporary public Collection, comprising almost 2,400 works of art. The main bulk of which primarily encompasses works produced from the 1950s to the present day.

This unique Collection defines the Museum’s task as a key amenity for approaching artistic practices within the context of the Basque Country and Spain in general.

#HashtagsforaCollection is part of the #ArtiumConnectedMuseum project.

 

#10. Juan Kruz Igerabide chooses a work by Jorge Oteiza

Selected work: Mirador mirando, 1958. Jorge Oteiza (Orio, 1908-San Sebastián, 2003). Artium Museum Collection.

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#9. Patxi Zubizarreta chooses a work by José Luis Zumeta

Selected work: Hombres-espacio-cosas, 1975. José Luis Zumeta (Usurbil, 1939-San Sebastián, 2020). Artium Museum Collection.

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#8. Vicente Molina Foix chooses a work by Marta Cárdenas

Selected work: Invierno I, 1987. Marta Cárdenas (San Sebastián, 1944). Artium Museum Collection.

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#7. Sahatsa Jauregi chooses a work by Daniel Llaría

Selected work: Get Rich #16, 2019. Daniel Llaría (Logroño, 1985). Artium Museum Collection.

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#6. Ángel Calvo Ulloa chooses a work by Luis Seoane

Selected work: Bodegón, 1959. Luis Seoane (Buenos Aires, 1910-A Coruña, 1974). Artium Museum Collection.

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#5. Laura Vallés choses a work by Mitsuo Miura

Selected work: 120º en la Playa de los Genoveses, 1989. Mitsuo Miura (Japan, 1946). Artium Museum Collection.

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#4. Enrique Martínez Goikoetxea chooses a work by Elena Aitzkoa

Selected work: Monte Marina, 2017. Elena Aitzkoa (Apodaka, 1984). Artium Museum Collection.

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#3. Beatriz Setién chooses a work by Alfonso Gortázar

Selected work: Sin título, 1988. Alfonso Gortázar (Bilbao, 1955). Artium Museum Collection.

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#2. Aingeru Torrontegi chooses a work by Juncal Ballestín

Selected work: Hibernando, 1985. Juncal Ballestín (Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1953-2015). Artium Museum Collection.

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#1. Ana Arregi chooses a work by Itziar Okariz

Selected work: Variations sur la même t'aime, 1992. Itziar Okariz (San Sebastián, 1965). Fundación Kutxa loan.

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