To mark the bicentenary of Mexican Independence and Revolution centenary year, the “México ilustrado” exhibition presents drawings and prints published in books, posters and magazines between 1920 and 1950, looking back over the rich cultural imagination.
“Animales a escena. Ópera, teatro y ballet” is a beautiful exhibition that looks at the presence of animals in the performing arts of theatre, opera and dance, from their origins in Greek and Roman times through until today.
“Ilustración y liberalismo” is about the changes occurring in Spain in the transition from the 18th to the 19th centuries, when enlightened political reforms gave way to liberal ideas tested during the War of Independence.
Coinciding with the two hundredth anniversary of the War of Independence, the exhibition "Vivencia y memoria de la Guerra de la Independencia" sets the eyewitness accounts of those who experienced the war against the stories told by the people who later s
To commemorate the bicentenary of the Second of May Uprising, the exhibition, “Madrid 1808. Ciudad y Protagonistas”, attempts to show the role of ordinary people during the events that foreshadowed the contemporary Spanish era.
The aim of the exhibition, “Forma y valor. Monedas africanas tradicionales”, is to introduce traditional African coins and to defend their value in the history of money and in monetary systems other than those in the west.
Curated by Juan Francisco Fuentes, the exhibition “España 1808-1814. La nación en armas invites visitors to get a detailed view of the complexity of the War of Independence, coinciding with its two hundredth anniversary.
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