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The monumental sculpture Aphrodite of Capua, the samples of the English watercolorist William Turner and the Argentinian artist and architect Clorindo Testa, as well as the works of the permanent collection and three other temporary exhibitions make up the agenda of the National Museum of Fine Arts for next January.
In addition, there will be informative talks and from January 10, on Thursdays at 18.15, there will be a workshop to draw the Greek goddess, exhibited in the central hall of the Museum.
In turn, the guided tours of the J. M. W. Turner exhibition, which presents a selection of watercolors created between 1791 and 1845, continue. Guided tours will take place on Tuesdays at 12 and 17, and from Wednesdays to Sundays at 18.45.
On Friday and Saturday in January, at 18 pm, the workshop for teenagers and adults “Too Turner for Tears” continues, which calls to experiment with watercolors from the work of the English artist.
hidden behind the watercolors of the Tate Collection. And, from 8 January, storytelling in front of works by Léger, Pettoruti and Curatella Manes, a participative visit to the art halls of the 20th century, an approach to art through body expression, and activities that combine visits with workshop work.
Meanwhile, the exhibition Clorindo Testa: “This is my house” will have guided tours starting from January 10; while until February 17 the works of Carlos Alonso, Delia Cancela, Juan Carlos Distéfano, Noemí Escandell, Norberto Gomez, Roberto Jacoby, Marie Orensanz and Manuela Rasjido, winners of the National Prize for the Artistic Trajectory.
Until January 20, you can see the paintings of Horacio Butler, Juan Carlos Castagnino, José Antonio Fernández Muro, María Martorell and Martha Peluffo that are part of “Collections in Dialog”, a cross of pieces from the collection of Banco Ciudad in different halls of Fine Arts.
Publication Date: 02/01/2019
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