Impressionists and moderns, masterworks from the Phillips Collection

An exceptional opportunity to view the masterworks of the Philips Collection in Washington

This exhibition at CaixaForum aims to offer a review of the grand masters of painting from Romanticism to Abstract Expressionism through the works of Manet, Courbet, Sisley, Van Gogh, Degas, Picasso, Modigliani, Kandinsky, Pollock and Rothko, among others, all from the Phillips Collection, one of the largest collections of modern and avant-garde art in the United States. This is a unique opportunity to view the works of great painters in an exhibition divided into six sections running from Romanticism to Abstract Expressionism.

Bear in mind that we rarely have the chance to see the works of the leading names in each of these movements, which is why CaixaForum is claiming that this is a milestone in exhibition programming. It offers a unique opportunity to see the major works in the history of art of the last 200 years. In the words of Duncan Phillips: “The spirit shared by artists of different eras and different parts of the world shows us that art is a universal language”. This is therefore an exceptional opportunity for visitors to admire the masterpieces from the Phillips Collection, which rarely leave Washington. Take note that the exhibition will be open until the 19th of June and admission costs €4. Don’t miss it!

 

Impressionistes and moderns, masterworks from the Phillips Collection

When: Until 19 June.
Where: CaixaForum.
Price: €4.
Further information here.

 

Publication date: Friday, 11 March 2016
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