Bilduma, ikusgai (The Collection Made Visible)

A rotation of works from our collection to celebrate the museum’s 20th anniversary

 

The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country Collection represents an exceptional series of contemporary public heritage pieces that currently number more than 2,700 works of art. The main body of this collection primarily includes works produced from the 1950s to the present day.

 

Its uniqueness defines the museum’s role as a vital facility for addressing the artistic practices developed within the context of the Basque Country in recent decades. Based on its exceptional nature, the Artium Museoa Collection is under construction, tracing a journey through the diversity of contemporary artistic expressions. According to this principle, it needs to be conceived on the basis of ever-renewed paradigms: identifying new genealogies and constructing spaces of enunciation that are able to create an exchange with the present and the conflicts and challenges that it poses to us.

 

We are presenting throughout our 20th anniversary a rotation of a selection of the most representative works from this collection, with the aim of promoting the museum’s heritage more widely.

[Imagen: No Osso (Occipital), 2020. June Crespo]

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