Practices and Realities of Basque Contemporary art Course

From: Tuesday, 07 February 2023

To: Tuesday, 28 March 2023

Director: Miren Vadillo

This course offers an approach to the history, language and debates
revolving around contemporary art. By rallying around the new
presentation of the Artium Museoa Collection, which will be inaugurated
at the end of March to culminate the museum’s 20th anniversary, we will
trace a historical journey over the course of eight sessions accompanied
by various specialists who will help us to learn more about the several case
studies and proposals addressed by the exhibition.

Eight sessions with specialised teachers and art historians organised and
directed by the art historian Miren Vadillo, including a visit to the setting up
of the new presentation of the Artium Museoa Collection by the people in
charge of it.

7 February
Miren Vadillo. Presentation session of the course

14 February
Ane Lekuona. Mari Paz Jiménez and abstraction in Basque art

21 February
Enara Iratzagorria. María Dapena. Crosses between the literary and the plastic. An approach to the prison life of a woman artist

1 March
Mikel Onandia. 40 years of art, transmission and education in the Basque Country. From experimentation to institutionalisation

7 March
Eneko Besa. The Coronation Church in Vitoria-Gasteiz. The method of Miguel Fisac’s project

14 Marc
Fernando Golvano. The 70-80 in the Basque context. Transitions, ruptures and emergencies of appropriation

21 March
Maite Luengo. The canon of female bodies and new creative discourses

Every Tuesday from 7 February to 28 March from 6 pm to 8 pm
Friends of Artium Museoa and students of the Faculties of Fine Arts and Art
History: free of charge / Students of certified courses: €25 / Others: €60.
Information and bookings: : 945 20 90 20

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