Next Monday, March 8, coinciding with International Women's Day, the MEAM will once again claim the importance of women in the world of contemporary art and culture, through the exhibition «Women Painting (All over the world)»
The show includes 87 works, between painting and drawing, by more than 78 women artists of various origins from 25 different nationalities, such as the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Spain, Norway, Italy, Ireland, Germany, France, Holland, Russia, Egypt, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela or Chile, among others.
An exhibition brings together the best contemporary figurative artists
On the occasion of International Women's Day, which is celebrated on March 8, the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) has brought together nearly 90 works by 78 female artists from around the world in the exhibition Women Painting (All over the World ). This is the museum's third thematic exhibition on the role of women in figurative art - previously they were Painting Today, International Women Painters (2019) and Mujeres Artistas Hoy (2018) -, and will remain open from March 8 until on May 2, 2021.
Next Monday, March 8, coinciding with International Women's Day, the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM), which promotes and disseminates the figurative art of the 20th and 21st centuries, will once again vindicate the importance of women in the world of contemporary art and culture, through the exhibition 'Women Painting (All over the world) ”, available until May 2, 2021.
Under this leitmotiv, and on the occasion of International Women's Day, the European Museum of Modern Art organizes its third thematic exhibition on the role of women in figurative art, an exhibition with 87 works by more than 78 female artists of different origins from 25 different nationalities. Likewise, the MEAM wants to highlight the role of women in figurative art, historically dominated by male artists, and encourage future artists to develop their artistic careers.
Until March 3, you can visit the exhibition of the winning works in the international painting competition "Lohengrin", organized by the Wagner Club and the MEAM in collaboration with the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
On the occasion of the world premiere of a new production of Richard Wagner's opera Lohengrin, directed by his great-granddaughter Katharina Wagner, in April 2019 an international painting competition was held in which the theme of the works presented had to revolve around this composition that the musician from Leipzig wrote in 1848. At the beginning of 2020 the jury made the verdict public and declared four paintings ex aequo winners: DeAngel, with the work El embrujo de Ortrud and el Sueño de Elsa; Juan Gil, for Thought for the study of a square; Carlos Saura, with Lohengrin, and Mikel Olazábal, for Lohengrin and Elsa.
About sixty painters and sculptors gather around the myth of Eros in the first temporary exhibition of the European Museum of Modern Art after the confinement. A show around libido and desire that is expressed through the bodies, with works by Golucho, Lita Cabelludo, and many others. The exhibition proposal aims to present the concept of Eros not as an ideal of sexual reverie, but as something natural that awakens in the depths of each individual, regardless of their beauty, sex, or sexual characteristics.
The MEAM reopens with a temporary exhibition that explores the concept 'Eros'
The European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona explores eroticism in art in the temporary exhibition "Eros, your body as an excuse", which brings together more than sixty pictorial and sculptural works by as many international artists.
The exhibition seeks to explore the concept 'Eros' as "expression of the libido of each human being, as something natural and independent of their beauty or sex condition," Miguel Ángel Mayo, known by his artistic nickname, explained this Wednesday at the presentation. Golucho, who has been in charge of organizing, selecting and presenting the works and artists of various nationalities.
The MEAM explores the concept of "Eros" with a sample of 60 works of painting and sculpture
The MEAM explores the concept of "Eros" with a sample of 60 works of painting and sculpture The MEAM explores the concept of "Eros" with a sample of 60 works of painting and sculpture The European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona exhibits Starting this Thursday, a total of 60 works of painting and sculpture with which he seeks to explore "the concept of 'Eros' as a motif that emanates from the libido of every human being.
The MEAM presents next Thursday, October 15, at 7:30 p.m. the exhibition “Eros. Your body as an excuse ». The sample, made up of more than 60 works between painting and sculpture from more than 60 internationally recognized artists, seeks to explore the Eros concept as a motive that emanates from the libido of each human being, being something natural and independent of their condition of beauty or sex. Miguel Ángel Mayo, better known as Golucho, has been in charge of organizing, selecting and presenting the works and artists, among painters and sculptors, of various nationalities.
Next Tuesday, September 8, the MEAM reopens its doors at its usual hours. Visitors will be able to find the exhibition of the collection «Figurative Contemporary Art», with new unpublished works added to this permanent collection. The resumption of activities, adapting to compliance with all safety and prevention measures, entails a re-planning of the calendar of pending exhibitions that you can consult below.
Due to the total stoppage of activities and the closure of the MEAM, the opening of the EROS exhibition, which was due to take place in the first week of April, will be postponed until the situation is clarified.
In principle, both the exhibition and all the activities planned around it, still stand, but will be postponed for as long as necessary. We understand that a reasonable period would be June of this year.
We will keep you informed when the reopening of the MEAM and the restart of its activities are authorized.
13 March 2020
As a result of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, since last Saturday, March 13, following the Government's guidelines, we had all face-to-face activities suspended until a new date, in which the situation will be evaluated again and you will be notified of any change.
Although the MEAM facilities will be closed, the administrative staff of our foundation will continue to provide services via email.
25 February 2020
Lohengrin competition results
The Wagner Club and the MEAM bring together the jury of the new painting competition on the theme of the opera Lohengrin, DE Richard Wagner. a collaboration with the Gran Teatre del Liceu and Katharina Wagner, great-granddaughter of the composer. The jury's decision includes four ex aequo winners
DeAngel, for his work 'The spell of Ostrud and Elsa's dream'
Juan Gil, for his work 'Thought for the study of a square'
Carlos Saura, for his work 'Lohengrin'
Mikel Olazábal, for his work 'Lohengrin and Elsa'
The winners will exhibit at the Gran Teatro del Liceu in Barcelona, ??at the Wahnfried House in Bayreuth during the 2020 Summer Festivals and finally at the Leipzig Opera House. Among those selected are 17 pre-selected artists and 23 whose works can be seen in the exhibition at the MEAM scheduled for May 2020 and in the official catalog of the exhibition.
In this way the MEAM introduces figurative art in the most important redoubt in the world of opera and in the most prestigious festival in Europe.
Jury meeting week of the Lohengrin painting competition
This week the deliberative process of the Richard Wagner opera painting contest is taking place. The jury is composed of Katharina Wagner, great-granddaughter of the composer, Christina Scheppelmann, artistic director of the Seattle Opera, Dr. Lourdes Jiménez, curator of Wagnerian iconography in Europe, Dr. Sven Friedrich, director of Wahnfried Haus, Victor García Gomar, director of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Manel Bertrán, director of the Wagner Club, José Enrique González and Jose Manuel Infiesta of the Arts and Artists Foundation. The results will be published shortly.
Exhibition of works by Spanish artist Pedro del Toro. The artist has been one of the ex aequo winners of the prestigious International Painting and Sculpture Contest Figurativas, which the Arts & Artists Foundation convenes bianually.
Barcelona hosts the most important exhibition in the world of figurative art
The MEAM brings together more than 220 works from the 10th edition of 'Figuratives'. In its 10th edition, the contest deepens its internationalization strategy. The exhibition will be distributed on two floors of the museum.
The MEAM brings together more than 220 works in a large exhibition of figurative art
The European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona hosts a large exhibition of figurative art, composed of more than 220 works by artists from about 90 countries, in collaboration with the Art Renewal Center, an American foundation dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of this type of art.
The works of the exhibition come from the tenth edition of the 'Figurative' contest (70 paintings and 60 sculptures), convened by the Arts and Artists Foundation, and the 14th edition of the "Arc International Salon" contest (more than 90 works), organized by Art Renewal Center,
Both competitions have the objective of making visible the current figurative art and for this reason the MEAM will exhibit these works until February 2, 2020, period in which various activities and events will be held, such as the Artist's Party, which will be held next Saturday and will host about 300 painters and sculptors from around the world.
The Caja de Burgos Foundation hosts at the Casa del Cordón the exhibition ‘The body and matter’
The exhibition, which will remain open until January 26, proposes a stimulating thematic tour through the art of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
The exhibition hall of the Casa del Cordón hosts from today until January 26 the exhibition The body and matter in sculpture of the collection of the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM), composed of more than eighty works by more than seventy authors who trace a stimulating thematic journey through art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
For the first time, starting on September 5, the Japanese public will be able to see live the work of the Hungarian painter Istvan Sandorfi. The exhibition is the result of the collaboration of the Hoki Museum with the MEAM.