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Produced Exhibition

“Malevich and the Masters of Russian avant-garde”. (1999)

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A complete vision of Kazimir Malevich’s “suprematism” through his paintings, drawings and architectonic structures accompanied by a great view of the art that astonished the European avant-garde of the beginning of the XX century, with works of Lebedev, Tatlin, Goncharova, Rozanova, Exter, Larionov, Kandinsky, Filonov, Rodchenko…

  • Sa Nostra Cultural Centre and Solleric Palace of Palma de Mallorca.
  • Done in collaboration with the Russian State Museum of Saint Petersburg.

 

Piranesi (2000-2001)

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Magnífica selección de los grabados al aguafuerte que realizó el arquitecto veneciano Giovanni Battista Piranesi en el siglo XVIII, mostrándonos la grandeza del Imperio Romano y su arquitectura a través de las imágenes de los restos de sus construcciones, muchas de ellas ya desaparecidas. Excelente memoria de estos monumentos, acompañada de una selección de los grabados de sus famosas cárceles fantásticas e imposibles.

Producida por Sa Nostra Caixa de Balears

  • Centre de Cultura Sa Nostra. Palma de Mallorca
  • Palacio San Eloy. Salamanca

 

“The Bull and the Mediterranean Sea” (2000).

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From Mesopotamia to the XX century: five thousand years of history, customs, religions and Mediterranean economy through the iconographic image of the bull in jewelry, reliefs, sculptures, steles, drawings, pictures, photographs...

Carried out in collaboration with more than 26 museums, Foundations and private collections.

  • Palace of San Eloy in Salamanca and Sa Nostra Cultural Centre of Palma de Mallorca.

 

 

El Toro y el Mediterráneo (2000) from Albert Ribas on Vimeo.

“Chagall in Rusia” (2001)

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A vision of the most creative period of Marc Chagall (1887-1985) between 1911, when he returns from Paris to Vitebsk -his natal village-, and 1922 when he leaves the Soviet Union for good. In this stage of his career he painted most of his emblematic art work.

in collaboration with the Saint Petersburg State National Museum of Russia.

  • Sa Nostra Cultural Centre of Palma de Mallorca and Palace of San Eloy in Salamanca

 

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