Under the title Julio González, the National museum of Art of Catalonia celebrates the first retrospective of this artist in soil of Barcelona.
What will we be able to see? The exhibition there assembles 200 works, between sculpture (in iron and bronze), paintings, drawings and jewels of Julio Gónzalez, one of the fundamental artists of the 30s.
One of my guiltypleasure is the fascination (almost obsessive) for the hyperrealistic sculpture, especially in the work of Ron Mueck. Some weeks ago we speak about the exhibition Sculptures of the American dream, the first retrospective of Duane Hanson in Spain.
For whom they still have not gone, we remember that they have time to visit until August 24 in Art Channel Madrid.
The fabulous of the hyper-realism of Hanson there is the collision of the human subject-matter of the American dream and this collection of statuesque human beings who represent the defeat of this unreal ideal. Simply viral and sharp the look of the work of Hanson.