The museum has been donated 110 photographs from the prestigious Ordóñez-Falcón Collection, one of the most important private collections of photography and video art in Europe.
“The only thing that differentiates us from the rest of the world are four sauces: the red one, the green one, the white one and the black one”, Hasier Etxebarria. An exhibition that aims to disseminate the values and uniqueness of traditional Basque gastronomic culture.
Ekainberri, the highest expression of Basque culture in the world, has been visited by more than 440,000 people in its 15 years of life, who have taken part in its different visits and activities.
Through his paintings, drawings and sculptures, the exhibition reviews his career, from the first drawings he made as a teenager during the Second World War to the present day.
Until 31 January next we will be able to see this exhibition with the new entries that the Museum has received in recent years.
Summer is here and the Euskal Itsas Museoa offers numerous visits for adults and families to discover the museum’s temporary exhibitions and the port of Donostia – San Sebastian. Families will be able to discover the city’s port thanks to the clue game La Jarana.
The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country presents the exhibition ‘Persona, foto, copia’ by Julia Spínola (until 10 December 2023). The exhibition brings together newly produced works together with works that Spínola has produced over the last decade.
‘Lúa Ribeira. Subida al cielo’ is a project made up of five series developed by the photographer Lúa Ribeira between 2016 and 2020: ‘Subida al cielo’, ‘Aristócratas’, ‘Las visiones’, ‘La Jungla’ and ‘Los afortunados’. Until 2 July at Kutxa Kultur Artegunea.
The Cristóbal Balenciaga Museum in Getaria explores a new perspective of the Basque couturier’s work, never before explored, and focusing on what makes “a Balenciaga” recognisable. It shows everything from the comic silhouettes of the 1930s to the abstract shapes of the 1960s, as well as the most iconic lines of the 1950s.
‘The New 90s’, on show until 4 June at the San Telmo Museum, is an exhibition essay by Nekane Aramburu, which brings the visitor closer to the different artistic collectives that worked in the late 80s, the 90s and the beginning of the new millennium.
‘My own landscape’, an exhibition that is conceived as an immersion into the world created by the artist, who understands painting as a vital posture, presents us with her landscape, ordered, light, pure and frank, based on a profound investigation into geometry, space and light. Until 28 May.
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