Tuesday, January 4, 2011

ArtTraveler digests recent happenings affecting Spanish artists

Through 6 March in Malaga at the Centro de Arte Contemporaneio de Malaga (CAC) Juliao Sarmento's 2000-2010 retrospective show  continues; he is a prominent Portuguese artist.

The Museo Pablo Gargallo in Zaragoza is dedicated exclusively to the works of sculptor Pablo Gargallo (1881 - 1934).

Opening in February at the Oakland Museum (Oakland, CA) there's an unusual exhibition of art produced by Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries in the American west and southwest during the Spanish colonial period. Oakland is the first venue for this traveling show.

In May, rarely seen Picasso paintings go on show in New York and Paris as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art curates collections of Gertrude Stein, her brothers Leo and Michael, and Michael's sister, Sarah.

The Municipal Exhibition Hall of the Museum of Passion in Valladolid hosts through 16 January 200 Goya prints.

Flamenco artists featured in Noche Flamenca continue performing at the Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., NYC.

The new cover of Batman Europa No. 3 to be released in March features work by Diego Latorre in which he uses Eiffel Towers to help construct the newly branded bat dude.

Rock on and practice peace and love. And check out my funky videos on YouTube.http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=stefan+van+drake&aq=f

Stefan, the ArtTraveler(TM)

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