20 February – 27 May, 2019
- The Collection of Museo Reina Sofía starts with the end of the 19th Century, addressing the conflicts between a dominant Modernity, understood as progress, and its multiple discontents, as an ideology under constant challenge both in the social and the political fronts, and the cultural and artistic ones.
- The period from the 1960s to the 1980s, the years that the new rooms in the Collection explore, is when the political, social, cultural and technological changes that would give shape to the contemporary global situation took place: decolonization, the uprisings of '68, feminist movements, the economic crisis, the expansion of popular culture and the emergence of other peripheral modernisms.
What do we want to say? How do we want to say it?
Master lecture. Lucy Lippard
October 18, 2018Lucy Lippard (1937) is an American writer, art critic, curator and activist whose reflections have been at the centre of contemporary discussions of f
Lecture by Joana Cunha Leal. The Uncertain Modernism of Amadeo de Souza Cardoso. Appropriation, Drifting, Dislocation
Other Criteria. Cubism(s) in Modern Art. Joana Cunha Leal
April 5, 2018The joint presentation of the Cubism Collections of the Telefónica Foundation and Museo Reina Sofía affords an opportunity to reconsider conventional